Here is the review by William Logan in the (aptly named) Tourniquet Review that accuses Jill Bialosky of plagiarism in her new memoir Poetry Will Save Your Life. I don't
Today, I'm in a "Staff Only" room at the main (lions) New York Public Library meeting with Dr. Carolyn Broomhead. She is helping us put together the launch reading for THE TRAVELER'S VADE
I'm thrilled that the book is now available in the UK, thanks to Penguin Random House who translated title and cover for speakers of King's English. Find it in bookstores or
Maryland! Sun! Crab! Coming! I'll be on a panel at 1:15 called Edge of Your Seat Fiction, with Sarah Pekkanen, moderated by Liz Hottel of Politics & Prose. I'm just as excited
Honored to read with poets Danniel Schoonbeek and Desirée Alvarez in celebration of Desirée's remarkable new collection Devil's Paintbrush. Can there be any more beautiful place for a launch party than a sunset-filled room overlooking Broadway and Lincoln Center?
Thrilled to have been interviewed by "Book Talk" Joe Donahue on WAMC radio. Before the show, sitting in the green room waiting to go on, I listened to Joe chat with Suzanna Hermans,
Escaped predicted snowpocalypse in the East by flying to Dayton for reading at Books & Company/The Greene on Sunday, 2 PM. People at the airport already reading the book!
Big thanks to Martha Frankel for inviting me to talk about the book on Woodstock Writers Radio. Martha is director of the Woodstock Writers Festival, an exciting writer-palooza in Woodstock
Thanks to Oblong Books and Music, Scoville Memorial Library and White Hart Inn for hosting. And to friends and neighbors who came out, including authors Ann Arensberg, James Charlton, Nina