My friend Gale Massey has a book out this summer. We share a literary agent. Her gritty crime mystery will keep you turning pages while you know you should be doing something that needs doing, like folding laundry or boarding a plane. You can read about Gale here:
H.S Cross is the author of Wilberforce, published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux. The Huffington Post said of it: “For fans of Evelyn Waugh or Kingsley Amis, a wry take on priggish, midcentury boarding schools. It’s a dark take on the coming-of-age stories that’ve populated the book world as of late.” I say that it is utterly astonishing that a contemporary American woman could so effectively portray an English schoolboy in the 1920s.
I was fortunate to spend a month with Heather during our shared Hawthornden Fellowships. She is hard at work finishing her second novel, which will also be published by FSG.
T. Sean Steele is a brilliantly funny young writer of blog posts and the novel Tacky Goblin. Originally released in 2016, it was re-released in July 2018. Travis was working on a second novel at Hawthornden.
My friend and neighbor, Tony Vanderwarker, has published several funny books: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7178145.Tony_Vanderwarker
Connie May Fowler has been a wonderful teacher. The author of best-selling novels, she now has an emotional, gut-baring eco-memoir with a message about the stewardship of our planet. Available on Amazon: http://www.conniemayfowler.com/
Jessie Sings is by a writing buddy of mine, Victor Hess, and is available on Amazon. Victor writes with an instinctive insight and poignancy that never drips into melodrama. Jessie is a survivor!
My friend Mary Morony has written three novels in what she calls “The Apron Strings Trilogy.” You can learn about it here: //www.marymorony.com/