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Curtain Calls on Hold While the Kirkus is in Town

Here comes the Kirkus; the Kirkus is in town!

The release of the print version of my World War I era novel, Curtain Calls, has been rescheduled for April 9. 275 more words

The Writer's Life

The race is on

Hi, folks. In slightly more than a month University of Texas Press will publish my first book, John Prine: In Spite of Himself, part of its… 165 more words

Eddie Huffman

A Little Good, A Little Bad...Bit of Both

Just popping in here to archive three very different new interviews that are up on Kirkus Reviews in recent days.

A little good: I first met Nick Hornby about fifteen years ago—I think he was touring behind… 1,678 more words

I'm Back To Winter But Mediterranean Journey Stayed Behind

There is nothing so rejuvenating as walking a white-sand beach in early February in a tee shirt! This writer felt beautifully at home on that beach of Anna Maria Island, Florida last week.  143 more words

Mediterranean Journey

'To Kill A Mockingbird' Author Harper Lee Will Publish Sequel With Adult Scout

FINAL UPDATE,12:30 PM: Adds industry comment below: It’s likely to be the sequel to end all sequels: Fifty-five years after the publication of To Kill A Mockingbird… 703 more words

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Mover and Shaker
By Andy McCue

2015 SABR Seymour Medal winner
“McCue’s book, the result of years of research, benefits from a wide-ranging number of resources. 515 more words

In The News

Book Reviews: A Terrifying Process

Last Friday, it came.

Staring me down from its place in my inbox was the subject line:

Your review is ready to download.

The review of which I speak is…

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