Don Tassone's GET BACK: Reviews
Don Tassone and Christine Sneed--One on One
Best-selling author Christine Sneed goes one-on-one with Don Tassone about his just-released debut novel, Drive. (Sneed's novels include The Virginity of Famous Men (2016); Paris, He Said (2015); and Little Known Facts (2013).
Podcast: Don Tassone Talks With Rick Tocquigny on Life Lessons Radio
Steven Wineman blogs about journaling for THE THERAPY JOURNAL
Steven Wineman's essay about journaling for THE THERAPY JOURNAL has been published by CreateWriteNow, a blog about journaling, by Mari McCarthy, author of the international bestseller, JOURNALING POWER. Steve's essay is here: http://www.createwritenow.com/journal-writing-blog/the-therapy-journal-a-novel
Albany Times Union Interview with Lisa Brognano
Geoffrey Craig's The One-Eyed Man and Other Stories will be coming out later this Spring.
Midwest Review of Books on Lisa Brognano
February's issue of the Midwest Review of Books features Lisa Brognano's In the Interest of Faye. http://www.midwestbookreview.com/sbw/feb_18.htm#fiction
Ozark Studies Symposium Features Golden Antleope Writers
Deadline for presenting at the Sept. 20-22, 2018, Ozark Studies Symposuim is July 1. Note that Golden Antelope writers like Craig Albin, Phil Howerton, and Dave Malone are frequently involved in this venture. Here's a link to the 2017 events. https://ozarksymposium.wp.missouristate.edu/assets/ozarksymposium/program.pdf
C.D. Albin Interview about HARD TOWARD HOME
This 2015 interview with Axe, Fire, Mule author is specifically about his award-winning collection of short stories, but the insights in it are relevant to Albin's poetry as well.
Steve Wineman on his THERAPY JOURNAL
Click on the link for Steve Wineman's essay about how he wrote THERAPY JOURNAL. It's an important addition to your reading experience.
Nancy Minor's MALHEUR AUGUST: a visual aid from THE ATLANTIC
In July 2017, THE ATLANTIC republished its 1941 profile of Vale, Oregon's Independence Day festivities--a treasure trove of photos by Russell Lee, one of the great photographers of the FSA. Like his colleagues Dorothea Lange and Gordon Parks, Lee documented everyday Americans of the 1930s and 40s--from kids raising cows to former slaves facing discrimination, to Japanese Americans being sent to internment camps, to coal miners working deep underground. The Vale, Oregon series is a near-perfect introduction to the look and feel of Nancy Minor's 1940s characters in MALHEUR AUGUST.