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Kirkus Reviews: Carney persevered in memoir, STARVE THE VULTURE

A reader from Kirkus Reviews posted this review of Jason Carney’s STARVE THE VULTURE:

“National Poetry Slam finalist Carney’s memoir of his troubled upbringing, drug addiction and eventual grace. 330 more words


I’m up to my ears in line edits, but had to take a moment to tell you NOW THAT YOU’RE HERE received its first professional review. 116 more words


An Early Review of Audrey (cow) and It's Starred!

The official release of Audrey (cow) isn’t until November 11th, but the buzz is already starting, while events and presentations of the book are already in the works too. 260 more words

Audrey (cow)

My Critique Partner, Margo Kelly, Shares her Path To Publication Story

I fully admit I’m bawling as I type this. Why? Because I’m so incredibly happy!!!

Margo and I met way back in mid-2010, through an online critique partner meet up board that I cannot recall the name of. 1,353 more words


In the Community: Kirkus Reviews has Q&A with Danielle Dutton

Q&A: Danielle Dutton, Founder of Dorothy, a publishing project

What book/genre/topic would you like to see cross your transom?

On our website, we say we’re looking to publish “works of fiction or near fiction or about fiction, mostly by women.” Over the past five years, that’s meant a couple of first novels, a reprint, a collection of stories, a translation, a novel in stories and even a novel in verse. 154 more words


"After Tupac and D Foster"

To the readers of After Tupac and D Foster, Author: Jacqueline Woodson Contact Information: 
Publisher: Putnam Publisher Date: January 1st, 2008 EDITORIAL OFFICE 
Kirkus Media LLC 65 West 36th St., Suite 700 New York, N.Y. 36 more words

For Everything Sacrificed

Pretty much every country in the world has a military. I think that is one of the highest honors. I never served myself, but I have mentioned before (in both of my blogs) that I am married to a soldier, and also that I grew up in a military household. 131 more words