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Book Review: Where All the Light Tends to Go by David Joy

Author: David Joy
Title: Where All the Light Tends to Go
Genre: Literary, Southern, Grit
Publication Date: March 3, 2015
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Book Reviews

It's good to be Ringo

Months ago when Wesley Browne asked me to be part of his great Pages & Pints reading series, I was really honored. Then he told me who I’d be reading with–David Joy and Robert Gipe–and I was even more honored, and humbled, and just happy to be in the lineup. 114 more words

R Dean Johnson

“Where All Light Tends to Go” - David Joy

Who doesn’t love a story full of grit but mixed with a good love story?

In “Where All Light Tends to Go” author David Joy… 65 more words

Live At 9

Review: 'Where All Light Tends to Go' by David Joy

Where All Light Tends to Go by David Joy
G.P. Putnam’s Sons (March 3, 2015)

It’s hard to discuss the impact of a book like this and remain spoiler-free when so much of what separates it from the pack is that last gut punch David Joy throws at the end. 539 more words

Fiction

The Man Who's Drawing My Next Tattoo: An Interview with Robert Gipe by David Joy

Robert Gipe is one of those people that everyone else is always talking about, someone that all your friends keep telling you, “Oh, you’re going to love him! 3,668 more words

Interview

Steamtown; the Carnforth live steam museum, a visitor's guide by David Joy

This is a short but detailed guide to Steamtown, Carnforth as it was in 1972. Ordinarily, this wouldn’t really merit a review; but as a nearly forty-year-old guide it shows how the world of preserved railways has changed. 220 more words