The West has long been less a physical place than a compass point in our faulty cultural memory. The wages for keeping one’s heading are counterfeit, but we squander them nonetheless and expect nothing in return but strange looks from those who don’t know us and a round of drinks from those who do and have somehow become flush. We don’t ask what would Jesus do. We ask what did Hank Williams do.
May 16 Iowa Public Radio River to River Interview
Interview with Cherie on Lonesome Animals with link to NY Times op ed: http://thewritequestion.blogspot.com
Review of Lonesome Animals by climber and philosopher Scott Hall :
Comment on NY Times article http://michaeljlewis.wordpress.com
5.3 Interview The Takeaway
Lost Horse Press/Sandpoint ID Library Reading and Discussion June 1/Also Workshop at the Readery (Sandpoint) on dialogue and character/contact Lost Horse Press 208-255-441
Aunties Books Spokane May 30
OP Ed Sunday New York Times The Gunroom April 28
Essay Why do We Tell Stories Santa Fe Writers Project
GET LIT panel April 13: The Long and Short of Storytelling Time: 12:00-1:30 p.m. Venue: The Red Lion Hotel Room: Finch Room Spokane WA
April 2013 Review LONESOME ANIMALS from Collectors Corner Boyce McClain
LONESOME ANIMALS named a finalist for the 2013 SPUR AWARD for best western novel.
LONESOME ANIMALS AUDIO BOOK: Available at http://audible.com
NEW NOVEL: History of a Happy Family release date: May 2014 Counterpoint Press
LONESOME ANIMALS paperback available May 2013 Counterpoint Press