Davob Loeb and his memoir The In-Betweens have been featured in two more articles recently. "When taking standardized tests in school, Davon Loeb was unsure how to identify himself. Loeb, of Medford, is of biracial descent, and he didn't grow up around a lot of people like him." Read more of this article in Patch … Continue reading Davon Loeb in ‘Patch’ and ‘Medford Sun’
RCBC alumnus turned professor Davon Loeb, explores nuances of identity, culture in debut memoir ... find out more about Davon Loeb and his book The In-Betweens by clicking here.
“While there are some longer pieces in the memoir, much of it is composed of shorter, flash-length essays taking place in your childhood. It seems to me that it mirrors memory: short, potent bursts.” Davon Loeb was interviewed about his memoir The In-Betweens by Amy Rossi at Split Lip. For the complete interview, click here … Continue reading Davon Loeb interview at Split Lip
What were you doing Thursday 31st October 2019? If you were anywhere in or near SE Australia (Melbourne to be more precise), you may well have made an appearance at the book launch of The Pointless Revolution! by Paul Ransom ... Published by Everytime Press, the book takes a pointed look at the pointlessness of … Continue reading Pointless! book launched
“He positions himself on the barbed-wire edges of black and white, masculine and feminine, of fences that were built to never be crossed.” Davon Loeb's memoir The In-Betweens is reviewed by Michael Pusic at Atticus Review. For the full review, click here: https://atticusreview.org/a-form-to-fit-identity/ And for the complete range of purchasing options, click here
What are you doing this Thursday (31st October)? If you are anywhere in or near SE Australia (Melbourne to be more precise), why not make an appearance at the book launch of The Pointless Revolution! by Paul Ransom ... Published by Everytime Press, the book takes a pointed look at the pointlessness of much of … Continue reading Pointless! book launch – Thursday 31st October
Congratulations go to Paul Ransom, whose book The Pointless Revolution! is being mentioned in all the best, smartest and switched on places ... First mention goes to evoice.com ... for the article, click here