Category Archives: reviews

Review and Awards

Candi Sary’s Black Crow White Lie has a new review up at the Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers blog, recently received an honorable mention in the general fiction category of the 2013 San Francisco Book Festival Winners List, and was just announced first runner-up in the Eric Hoffer Award for Books general fiction category.

New Reviews

The Half-Life of Home has a new review in the Charlotte Observer’s Reading Life blog and Black Crow White Lie has a lengthy new write-up in the Daily Pilot.

New Reviews

It’s been a busy week for reviews. The Half-Life of Home has a lengthy review in the Asheville Citizen-Times here and a shorter interview with Dale Neal in the same paper here, as well as a review in the Star News Online here.

Meanwhile, the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography has reviewed Pacific Offering here.

Recent Activity

Lavinia Ludlow has a new interview up at Karen the Small Press Librarian‘s blog, and we’re very pleased to announce that Black Crow White Lie is the winner of the West-Pacific category of the Reader Views Literary Awards Winners – 2012.

New Review

There is a new review of Black Crow White Lie up at the Literary Aficionado blog.

New Review

A new review of Pacific Offering has been posted at The Inertia.

New Reviews

There’s a new review of Black Crow White Lie at the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography, and a new review of Pacific Offering at The Internet Review of Books.

New Reviews

There is a new review of Black Crow White Lie up at The Dirty Lowdown, and Casperian Books author Lynne Hinkey reviewed Tom Mahony’s latest release, Pacific Offering, at Underground Book Reviews.

New Reviews and Such

There’s a new review of Black Crow White Lie on the Bookmagnet’s Blog, a review of Pacific Offering at The Waterman’s Library, an interview with Tom Mahony about Pacific Offering in Kurungabaa, and a piece about Lavinia Ludlow, author of alt.punk, at Necessary Fiction.

New Reviews

There are new reviews of Candi Sary’s Black Crow White Lie at The Book Boutique and Blogcritics.

New Reviews

A review of alt.punk that originally appeared in the November/December 2011 American Book Review has made it online here, and the first review of our upcoming release Black Crow White Lie is here.

Links

Flooding Granite got an honorable mention in the Guide to Outdoor Literature’s Best Books of 2011 and Marina Melee has been nominated in the Underground Book Reviews’ Summer Reading List Contest. Please take a minute to vote for it if you are so inclined!

Reviews

There is a new review of Cemetery Bird on the Missouri River Regional Library’s Book Challenge Team blog, and a new review of alt.punk on the Pank Magazine’s blog.

Reviews

There is a new review of Enter Oblivion at Out in Print: Queer Book Reviews and a new review of Fame & Madness in America at The Open End.

New Review of Marina Melee

There is a new review of Marina Melee up at Underground Book Reviews.

Happy New Year!

Lots of activity these past few days! alt.punk has got a lot of shout-outs for the Best of 2011, including from Ben Tanzer at TNBBC’s The Next Best Book Blog, the folks at The Word Zombie, DK at Banners of Death, and the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography, which also called out The Rage of Achilles in the same list.

Meanwhile, Bridget Bufford has a new interview up at Q. Kelly’s Author Website and there’s a new review of Cemetery Bird here.

Finally, Ian Woollen has a new story up in The Atticus Review.

Reviews

Red Fez Entertainment has posted a review of Fame & Madness in America, and there’s also a very nice little write-up of The Rage of Achilles at the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography.

New Review of Flooding Granite

There is a new review of Flooding Granite and an interview with Tom Mahony in Paddling Life.

News

There’s a new interview with Bridget Bufford up at the KBIA website and alt.punk has been named as one of the Top 10 Indie Picks of 2011 by Lori Hettler at the BookPage blog.

Reviews and such

There’s a very thorough interview with Lavinia Ludlow up at Big Other and a new review of alt.punk is up at TNBBC’s The Next Best Book Blog.

The Bloomington Alternative meanwhile, recently revisited and reviewed Ian Woollen’s Hoosier Life & Casualty.

And, finally, Jimmy Gleacher, author of Silly Little Rich Girl, has a new book coming out tomorrow: Paradise Rules.