…can be tricky to find out about because, well, they’re not getting that coverage. But there’s a blog site I discovered yesterday that can make finding something to read much, much easier. A number of books you may be interested in, and that are being favorably reviewed, appear in The New Book Review, blogged by […]
Welcome to the Backword Books contest. Grand Prize: A package of seven books by Backword Books authors: Homefront by Kristen Tsetsi, Spam & Eggs by Andrew Kent, The Brightest Moon of the Century by Christopher Meeks, Threshold by Bonnie Kozek, Broken Bulbs by Eddie Wright, Waiting for Spring by RJ Keller, and North of Sunset […]
There’s a great post over at Michael Hartford’s blog titled “In Defense of the Short Story.” In it, he compares and contrasts the short story, the novella, and the novel–and discusses the relative worth of each. Insightful and interesting read. .
Backword Books, a new collective of professional, independent authors whose books have attracted media recognition and critical acclaim, is planning some things. I can’t tell you what, yet. And not because I don’t know. I do know. But it’s too early to tell you. All I can tell you is that what’s planned will be […]