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Colson Whitehead Explores His Personal Archeology of the 80’s

Colson Whitehead Explores His Personal Archeology of the 80’s

Colson Whitehead’s newest novel, Sag Harbor, will be released from Random House in late April. He was born in New York City. His first novel, The Intuitionist, won the QPB New Voices Award and was an Ernest Hemingway/PEN Award finalist. His second novel, John Henry Days, was a Pulitzer Prize Finalist, a National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist and a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice. He is also the recipient of a Whiting Writers’ Award. Whitehead lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Love Stories in This Town by Amanda Eyre Ward

    Love Stories in This Town Amanda Eyre Ward Random House Publishing Group 4-04-09 Hardcover/224 pages ISBN: 0-812980115 Buy This Book www.amazon.com     ". . . an honest and bald-faced look at love . . ." A collection of stories about...

Shelter Me by Juliette Fay

  Shelter Me Juliette Fay Avon Inspire 4-02-09 Hardcover/415 pages ISBN: 0-0616733-9-0 Buy This Book www.amazon.com   ". . . an impressive and marvelous book . . ." Shelter Me: A journey from numbing grief to irritating, painful and surprising...

Fairest of Them All

Fairest of Them All

Fairest of Them All by Jan Blazanin Buy This Book via Amazon.com Fairest of Them All A Novel By Jan Blazanin MTV, April 2009 Trade Paperback, 272 pages ISBN-10: 1416579931 ISBN-13: 9781416579939 If life were a fairy tale, Oribella Bettencourt would have a "happily...

Second Spring

Second Spring

Second Spring By Maoshing Ni Buy This Book via Amazon.com Second Spring Dr. Mao's Hundreds of Natural Secrets for Women to Revitalize and Regenerate at Any Age By Dr. Maoshing Ni Free Press, April 2009 Trade Paperback, 352 pages ISBN-10: 1416599355 ISBN-13:...

Flash Fiction / Micro Fiction / Short Shorts

Flash Fiction / Micro Fiction / Short Shorts

    Flash Fiction/Micro Fiction/Short Shorts by Rochelle Jewel Shapiro April 2009 "All of these short pieces are not just VIGNETTES." —Shapiro Fast fiction, micro fiction and shorts are like roses by other names. They fit with our modern age...

Lisa Abeyta: Turning Research Into Paying Articles

Lisa Abeyta: Turning Research Into Paying Articles

    Turning Research Into Paying Articles An exclusive Authorlink interview by Lisa Abeyta April 2009   When I told Nancy* that a photographer would arrive at the end of our local newspaper interview, she visibly changed from a strong, confident...

The Color of Lightning by Paulette Jiles

The year is 1863, and the “War Between the States” has ended, sending many freed slaves away from their homes in the South. Such is the case of Britt Johnson and his family in the novel The Color of Lightning by best-selling author Paulette Jiles.