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Newfound 4.3 Live and Loud!

The latest issue of Newfound Journal (for which I have been the Nonfiction Editor) is now live and features profound awesomeness, including: 

excerpts from Jo Marchant’s… 56 more words


another new review

Estimable environmental author and Pomona prof Char Miller (disclosure: I’ve occasionally worked with Char on a freelance basis; he used to teach at San Antonio’s Trinity University, whence he contributed to… 232 more words

Missoula review

Missoula author Bill Vaughn, a writer I admire (and with whom I got to be friendly over the course of  more than a few tennis outings over the past couple of years) has just posted a nice review of… 111 more words

dear Mr. Fantasy...

So a gentleman by the name of Marshal Zeringue who publishes a blog promoting new books asked me to participate in an exercise he calls “My Book, The Movie.” Which is funny, because of all the books with a shot at being turned into movies, mine is probably last in line. 9 more words

more kind words

Honestly, I’ve never held out a lot of hope for Opportunity, Montana‘s commercial prospects. It’s just not a book that has bestseller written all over it, and that’s fine by me. 163 more words

"... a moving, entertaining, and a truly remarkable debut..."

Should’ve posted this when it came out. Apparently the book has fans at Publishers Weekly. After giving the thing a starred review, they followed up by asking me to write… 168 more words

hell of a writeup

It’s really incredibly gratifying to have a skilled writer give some serious thought to one’s book, and to take it new places. Thanks, Linda Besner. 78 more words