Mort Zachter, author of DOUGH, on Outlook, the BBC World Service radio show. Listen to the interview here. Visit Outlook here. If you're hooked, then read this excerpt from DOUGH in the Gotham History Blotter.
Dave Kaufman, author of PEACHTREE CREEK, on Atlanta's WABE 90.1.
Judith Ortiz Cofer, author of A LOVE STORY BEGINNING IN SPANISH, in Nashville Scene.
Frye Gaillard, author of PROPHET FROM PLAINS, in Atlanta Magazine.
TELL BORGES IF YOU SEE HIM in Library Journal (scroll to bottom of page).
GEORGIA'S FRONTIER WOMEN in Journal of American History.
A COMMON THREAD, also in Journal of American History.
In the news:
Susan Neville, whose story collection THE INVENTION OF FLIGHT was an early winner of the FLANNERY O'CONNOR AWARD FOR SHORT FICTION, is profiled in this piece about her ongoing writing career.
Our friends at The Georgia Review are bringing two distinguished poets, Natasha Trethewey and Stephen Dunn, to Atlanta and Athens.
We get blogged:
Lots of blogs, including Legends & Rumors, are picking up a story about the section of DIEHARD REBELS that deals with rumors.
Recommendation of an essay in COMING INTO CONTACT in Planetary.
Mention of BECAUSE I REMEMBER TERROR, FATHER, I REMEMBER YOU in Beyond the Tears.
Review of SENTIMENTAL CONFESSIONS in Allow Yourself To Be Awkward.