g emil reutter’s first fiction release since 2008, Thugs, Con-Men, Pigs and More, has been released by Red Dashboard Press and is now available for purchase at Amazon.
Thaddeus Rutkowski, author of Haywire said of this collection:
“Reading these short, muscular stories by g emil reutter is like walking into the lives of good people who experience bad things. When trouble comes, these people do the best they can, but often it isn’t enough. Violence and heartbreak are just around the corner, and most of the stories end with a twist—perhaps the twist of a knife. As you keep reading, though, you find the humanity, community and even love in each difficult situation.”
Poet and critic Stephen Page said:
“These are stories that knock you back with short powerful jabs of empathy.”
To check out the book simply click this link: http://www.amazon.com/Thugs-Con-Men–Pigs-More-Reutter/dp/1502434873/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1414853825&sr=8-1&keywords=thugs%2C+con+men%2C+pigs+and+more
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We are pleased to announce a new fiction release from our fiction editor, Russell Reece. The Mud Lake Trilogy was released by Shell Bridge Books on May 8th.
“Russell Reece excels at writing stories about creepy guys in cars. Here are three good ones.” – Elise Juska
You can check out the book here:
A new poetry collection by A.D. Winans is slated for release in December by Bottle of Smoke Press http://www.bospress.net/order.html You can read the poetry of A.D. Winans in The Fox Chase Review at these links: 2009 WS; 2010 SU; 2012 SU Our interview with A.D. Winans https://foxchasereview.wordpress.com/2010/12/29/10-questions-for-a-d-winans/
A new fiction collection by Nathan Graziano is now available from Bottle of Smoke Press http://www.bospress.net/order.html You can read the poetry of Graziano in The Fox Chase Review at this link: 2010 WS