Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Monday, March 28, 2016


For #AWP16, from Thursday, 3 p.m. through Saturday, I'll try my best to be at the Beating Windward Table, #1664 in the far back corner of the book fair. I'll have signed copies of both Auggie's Revenge and the Classroom Edition of Fight for Your Long Day at discounted prices, and please do inquire about obtaining an ARC if you're interested in reviewing either book.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Cyrus among the socialists

In fact, the review is also incorrect in that the word "union" does appear in the novel. It's in a section where Cyrus Duffleman remembers learning from a picketing restaurant worker that a unionized hotel bartender had been earning significantly more per hour to pour drinks than he'd been earning to teach college classes. The recollection doesn't quench Duffy's thirst.

eat well and take care

Amy Long's essay, "Mom, I'm Taking Opiates Again, I'm Fine" partly resonates with me because I'm headed to Los Angeles at the end of the month and thinking about my father sobering up there in the 1980s in Marina Del Rey. He once said after an AA meeting back in West Philly, "Their stories are so depressing that I never would have stayed sober if I'd tried to quit drinking back east."

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

2016 spring appearances

I'll have new copies of Auggie's Revenge and the all new Classroom Edition of Fight for Your Long Day at all of these events. Look for updates as new appearances are booked.

March 31 to April 2:  AWP in Los Angeles, Beating Windward Table 1664 at the Book Fair

(I'll sign copies at the table from Thursday, 3 p.m., through Saturday, 5 p.m.)

Friday April 8:          4Cs in Houston, Texas

(I'll be roaming around and will have books on hand.)

Thursday May 5, 7 p.m.:           Reading and signing at Wright Library in Oakwood, Ohio                                            

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Friday, March 4, 2016

Wright Library reading schedule

Readings will be held throughout the afternoon on Saturday, March 5, with participating Wright Library writers and poets reading from 1 to 2 p.m., and featured writers reading from 2 to 4 p.m. Hope to see you there!

1:00-2:00 - Wright Library Poets & Writers
2:00 - Peggy Barnes
2:10 - Molly Campbell
2:20 - Barbara Cerny
2:30 - Ed Davis
2:40 - Ann Hagedorn
2:50 - Katrina Kittle
3:10 - P. Andrew Miller,
3:20 - Rebecca Morean
3:30 - Sharon Short
3:40 - Suzanne Kelly
3:50 - David Lee Garrison

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