THE OTHER ONES named "great summer read" by Pittsburgh Magazine
Book editor, Kristofer Collins, names Dave Housley's latest novel as one of ten great summer reads of 2022
Pittsburgh Magazine includes Dave Housley's new novel, The Other Ones, among it's list of must have summer reads for 2022. Whether on the beach, exploring the Alleghanies, or just relaxing in the sun, The Other Ones is a page turner suitable for anyone averting themselves from clammy office life.
Of The Other Ones, Kristofer writes:
The author Dave Housley didn’t have to look far for the subject of his latest novel. “The Other Ones” “is based entirely on the irrational fear that one day he would walk into his office and hear the sounds of celebration, only to realize that he did not put a dollar into the group lottery.” Housley, who has spent many years working in offices, is an astute observer of workplace dynamics. He follows the lives of the men and women who are left behind after the lottery winners collect their millions and quit the company. By bouncing among the points of view of several different characters throughout the book, Housley deftly shows how it’s not only the winners whose lives are irrevocably changed by dumb luck.
The full title of James J. Patterson’s new essay which appears in Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal is “Throwing in the Tao: Henry Miller as Life Coach, Literary Instructor, and Spiritual Guide”
Poet and critic, Joseph Ross, tackles the wrinkles and crevasses of Saida Agostini’s maverick debut poetry collection, let the dead in.
Saida Agostini’s “An Incomplete Legend on Love” first appears in her debut poetry collection let the dead in. Perugia Press, who is doing a feature on exceptional, emerging BIWOC poets and artists, have republished “An Incomplete Legend on Love” on their website, featuring a bio of Agostini and information on let the dead in.