Charles Henderson Norman is a former Methodist minister -- and a former bank teller, college mathematics instructor, pizzeria manager, furniture mover, retail clerk and manager, quarter horse breeder, public and private ... Read full author bio >
"Debut novelist Norman humanizes the Exodus story in a moving account that takes some liberties with the traditional biblical tale....A heartfelt, highly recommended exploration of religion’s deepest mysteries."
For more than a decade, Canadian poet Gordon P. Bois had written extensively. Regrettably, being his own worst critic, he destroyed the bulk of his work in the fall of ... Read full author bio >
"The new volume from Bois (Murdering the Third, 2015, etc.), a Canadian poet, lives up to its title…A great deal of emotion does register in these pages, connecting to a handful of themes: the pulls of eros/thanatos, the domestications of married life, violence in narrative and language, and desire for literary recognition…An overfull outpouring of unchecked verbiage."
Thomas Duffy graduated with a degree in English from the New York City Pace University campus. He also obtained undergraduate credits at Hofstra University and Hunter College. While in college ... Read full author bio >
"The storyline is conceptually and thematically intriguing—particularly in its exploration of the inner thoughts of its damaged characters."
A Brooklyn native and long time resident of Northampton, Massachusetts, Marisa Labozzetta is the author of the novels, Sometimes It Snows in America and Stay With Me, Lella, the collection ... Read full author bio >
"...a comprehensive, compelling family portrait--a whole that's greater than the sum of its parts."
Connie Myslik-McFadden is a Jungian psychotherapist and writer in Bozeman, Montana. After graduating from St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing in New York, she worked for a short time ... Read full author bio >
"Sensitive, well balanced, and psychologically acute, with an appealing animal communication motif."
Yorker Keith lives in Manhattan, New York City. He loves literature, theatre, classical music, opera, and art. He holds an MFA in creative writing from The New School. His literary ... Read full author bio >
"A skillful tale that explores relationship nuances and redemption."
Doug Magee is a writer, photographer and filmmaker, living in New York City's East Harlem. His non-fiction books include Slow Coming Dark: Interviews on Death Row, and What Murder ... Read full author bio >
"Magee has an ear for political satire—besides the clever contemporary parallels, the writing is buoyant and genuinely funny."
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