Publication Day

Legitimate Business cover

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday was the official publication day for Illicit Trade and the new edition of Legitimate Business. Friday was the launch day at the Schneider Museum of Art at SOU. It was a lovely afternoon with a great turnout around thirty folks showed up, listened to a short reading and had some great questions afterwards. Many thanks to Midge Raymond for the picture of me reading against the backdrop of Cody Bustamante’s painting.

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Literary Ashland with Michael Niemann

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Bobby

I know what you’re going to say. “Isn’t Literary Ashland Radio on KSKQ always with Michael Niemann?” The answer is, of course, “Yes.” Ed Battistella and I have been doing this show for two and a half years now.

But this episode is special. Ed enlisted the help of our friend and first time ever guest Bobby Arellano to interview me. Why me? Well, my second novel is about to be published and Ed and Bobby put me in the “hot” seat for a little bit. We had a great conversation about protagonists, bureaucracies and whether or not there is an Oregon version of Carl Hiaasen. Give it a listen. You’ll enjoy it.

 

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Literary Ashland with John Yunker

Our guest for the first Literary Ashland show of 2017 was John Yunke. John is the author of the novel The Tourist Trail and co-founder of a boutique environmental publisher, Ashland Creek Press. His short stories have been published by journals such as Phoebe, Flyway, and Antennae. His plays have been produced by the Washington DC Source Festival, the Oregon Contemporary Theatre, the Studio Players Theatre, and the Ashland Contemporary Theatre.

He also has a passion for languages and for helping companies develop better multilingual websites.

 

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