|Lance Olsen, Guggenheim Fellow|
Congratulations to Lance Olsen for being awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship. You can read more about his work and the award in this article.
We've been lucky to work with Lance on his writing textbook Architectures of Possiblity where his years of thinking about and practicing the craft really shine through. There's an excellent interview at HTML Giant with Lance about the book.
|Mo*Con VII: Cinco de Mo*Yo|
|The State of RDSP|
RDSP editor Jennifer Barnes recently did an interview with Finn Harvor at Conversations in the Book Trade.
There's also a recently posted, detailed entry on the RDSP blog about the current state of publishing.
Although the Collins clan is steeped in Appalachain magic, Henry has never paid it much attention. But when his younger sister dies mysteriously Henry can't shake the feeling that the decades-old feud between his family and another is to blame.
Strange things are happening at the edge of reality, deep in the forests and mountains of West Virginia. Let Jason Jack Miller take you to a place where love is forever even when death isn't, where magic doesn't have to be seen to be believed, where a song might be the only thing that saves your soul.
Jason Jack Miller's Murder Ballads and Whiskey series is a unique blend of dark fiction, urban fantasy and horror. It's Appalachian Gothic, Alt.Magical.Realism, Hillbilly Horror. It's American Gods meets Justified. True Blood with witches. It's Johnny Cash with a fistful of copperheads singing the devil right back to hell.
|RDSP Book Party in Morgantown, WV|
|Get to Know RDSP Authors|
RDSP was featured on Heidi Ruby Miller's blog. Get to know our authors through some quick Pick Six interviews:
Also take a look at these follow up pieces:
• John Edward Lawson casts characters for The Last Burn in Hell
• Jason Jack Miller casts characters for Hellbender
• D. Harlan Wilson casts characters for The Kyoto Man
Paths to publication:
• Michael Arnzen
• Preston Black
• D. Harlan Wilson
Special thanks go to Heidi Ruby Miller for her support of RDSP and our authors!
|IWW Features RDSP Authors|
The newest issue of the IWW Book Review is all fiction. You'll find loads of great stories including work from:
May 25 • 7-9 pm
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