Amy Lyons @ SmokeLong Quarterly reviews The In-Betweens by Davon Loeb ... “It’s a book about growing up and out of boyhood amidst estrangement—from his birth father, from his brother, from his sense of identity—and becoming a man who sees shades of grey where others see only Black and White.” Find the complete review by … Continue reading ‘The In-Betweens’ reviewed at SmokeLong Quarterly
Chris Campanioni reviews The In-Betweens by Davon Loeb at PANK. "Yet it’s also Loeb’s ability to imbue his narrative with a disarming and demonstrative self-critique that makes The In-Betweens stand out from countless other memoirs." For the full review, click here.
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Davon Loeb will launch his memoir The In-Betweens on Sunday 24th March, at Barnes & Noble in Marlton, New Jersey. Details: Sunday March 24th 2019, 2.00 to 4.00 pm Barnes & Noble 200 W Rte 70, Marlton, NJ Davon will be launching his book, and signing copies. Davon is also the winner of the Marlton … Continue reading Launch of ‘The In-Betweens’ by Davon Loeb
Davon Loeb’s memoir The In-Betweens has been glowingly reviewed at Bending Genres by Levi Andrew Noe ... find the review by clicking here. And find links to The In-Betweens in all available formats by clicking here.
Davon Loeb's reading from his memoir The In-Betweens on Thursday 21st February 2019, at Rowan College at Burlington County in New Jersey, was a great success. Davon read Alabama Fire Ants, opened to questions, then read History Call Fieldtrip to Washington D.C., then opened for more questions. Reading these two stories gave great insight into … Continue reading Davon Loeb’s success
Davon Loeb will be reading from his memoir The In-Betweens on Thursday 21st February at 12.30pm. The event, Food for Thought, will be held at Rowan College in Burlington County, New Jersey, and is open to the public. There will be refreshments and a "Q & A".