Take a minute to check out the buzz on Arthur-Ellis-Award finalist Vern Smith over on The Michigan Daily and Cowboy Jamboree. His novel The Green Ghetto is available in stores and online February 15.
The people have spoken! Cover contest for Theodore Carter’s short story collection, Frida Sex Dreams and other Unnerving Disruptions has closed. Winners will be contacted soon. Todd, who is also a visual artist, is hosting a huge and impressive event Night of 1000 Frida’sin D.C. In the New Year, an event that will coincide with the release of his book. We’re proud and honored to be working with such a stall of creative people here at Run Amok.
Check out Vern Smith reading from The Green Ghetto at one of the following Indie bookstores! Make sure you get Vern to sign a copy of his new novel for you to take home for your very self.
Homewood, Il–Feb. 15,
Chicago, Il–Feb. 16
Ann Arbor, MI–Feb. 28
Perrysburg (near Toledo, OH)–March 2
Lafayette, IN–March 8
Main Street Books
Indianapolis, IN–March 9
Indy Reads Books
Windsor, ON–March 20
Windsor Public Library
Windsor, ON–March 21
Kalamazoo, MI–March 30
Check out author and artist, Theodore Carter talking about Night of #1KFridas, and a global, community-created event that he organized. His book of short stories, and companion piece to the event is now out on Run Amok Books.
Theodore Carter, author and artist, gets an excellent write up in the Washington Post for Night of 1000 Fridas. Read about it here.
Launch night for The Green Ghetto at Bookies (Homewood). Thanks to friends and family who came out and to Keith at Bookies for the local support. A great time was had by all.
Arthur-Ellis-Award-finalist Vern Smith gets a write up over at The Windsor Star and Set The Bar News. His novel The Green Ghetto is available in stores and online February 15.