For those of you in Melbourne … please note The Pointless Revolution! by Paul Ransom (out now from Everytime Press) will be officially launched at Readings, St Kilda (in Acland St) on Thursday October 31, at 6:30pm. You are, of course, invited, especially if you live in Melbourne or nearby or happy to travel there … Continue reading ‘The Pointless Revolution!’ launch announced
Everytime Press is exceptionally happy to announce the ePub eBook publication of The Pointless Revolution! The Economics of Doing Whatever You Want by Paul Ransom. Find it in paperback and now in ePub. Other eBook formats coming soon ... So ... what is The Pointless Revolution! about? ... if all you really have left is time … Continue reading ‘The Pointless Revolution!’ by Paul Ransom now an ePub eBook
Everytime Press is exceptionally happy to announce the publication of The Pointless Revolution! The Economics of Doing Whatever You Want by Paul Ransom. Find it now in paperback. So ... what is The Pointless Revolution! about? ... if all you really have left is time – how will you spend it? 'The Pointless Revolution!' is … Continue reading ‘The Pointless Revolution!’ by Paul Ransom published in paperback
NJ Spotlight has included The In-Betweens by Davon Loeb on its Summer Reading List. Find the NJ Spotlight article by clicking here.
"In the process of exploring the stories he’s inherited, Loeb finds his own transformative narrative." The In-Betweens by Davon Loeb is featured in NJ Monthly's feature What We're Reading This Summer. Congratulations, Davon! The In-Betweens is a mesmerising read no matter the season!
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.