The Parable of You: Stories by Tony Wolk

THE PARABLE OF YOU
STORIES

TONY WOLK


Disorder: Stories, by Dan DeWeese

DISORDER
STORIES

DAN DEWEESE


A Simple Machine, Like the Lever by Evan P. Schneider

A SIMPLE MACHINE, LIKE THE LEVER

A NOVEL

EVAN P. SCHNEIDER


A Simple Machine, Like the Lever by Evan P. Schneider

NINE SIMPLE PATTERNS FOR COMPLICATED WOMEN
STORIES

MARY RECHNER

NEWS & EVENTS


TONY WOLK @ POWELL'S HAWTHORNE FEB 27
Tony Wolk will read from The Parable of You at Powell's Books on Hawthorne (Portland) Thursday, February 27, at 7:30pm. (The Powell's listing is here.)

A SIMPLE MACHINE, LIKE THE LEVER was reviewed on HTML GIANT. Reviewer Dennis James Sweeney said, "I loved this book. I think more people need to know about it."

 

MARY RECHNER published a NEW STORY, "The A-Frame," in the summer 2013 issue of Propeller.

 

DAN DEWEESE'S story collection, Disorder, was named the inaugural selection of the OREGON BOOK CLUB. (Details here.)

 

 

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