James J. Patterson Talks “The American Epic Novel” on Episode 6 of LFTRR
In this episode of Live from the Reading Room, author James J. Patterson discusses the American epic novel. He reads from Melville's great Moby Dick and his own epic, Roughnecks.
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On this special episode of Rose Reads, Rose Solari discusses books from fellow small press, Santa Fe Writer’s Project, run by publisher, Andrew Gifford. Rose reads from two wonderful books, Wendy J. Fox’s If the Ice had Held and eightball by Elizabeth Geoghegan.
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