U of L prof’s new novel details love amid war
Paul Griner’s students at U of L, where he has taught for 13 years, regard him as highly as his readers do in the wider world.
Philip K. Dick gets the graphic treatment
Recent times have been good to Philip K. Dick. He has received more recognition and, somewhat as a result, been legitimized.
How to handle a pedophile
Crime by Irvine Welsh. W.W. Norton; 352 pgs., $14.95.
The darker side
Pygmy by Chuck Palahniuk. Doubleday; 256 pages, $24.95.
This one’s for readers and writers. Spalding University’s Festival of Contemporary Writing, which starts Saturday, May 23, will offer free readings for eight days.
Shoulda, woulda, coulda
No Regrets: 101 Fabulous Things to Do Before You’re Too Old, Married, or Pregnant
By Sarah Ivens. Broadway Books; 268 pgs., $14.
A fictional Shaker village and its modern re-creation have some uncomfortable commonalities in a new mystery by Susan Wittig Albert.
A Matter of Justice: An Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery
(By Charles Todd. Morrow; 330 pgs., $24.99)
Lynn Tincher releases novel "Afterthoughts"
Telling stories, shaping them into marketable works and doing the networking (including online) to get them in front of readers: Those are the required steps for a new author.
Good ones you might have missed
The Moons of Jupiter
(By Alice Munro. First Published 1981.)