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Book Review: The History of My Body

The thing that struck me most about Sharon Heath’s The History of My Body is the deep authenticity of the protagonist’s voice. The story is told in first person by Fleur Robins–daughter of an extravagantly wealthy fundamentalist nutjob politician father and alcoholic mother–who, at first, exhibits signs of being touched neurologically (never officially diagnosed, her disengaged …

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Writers Talk Podcast with Poet Dave Malone

Dave Malone is a poet living in the Ozarks with collections of poetry in print and at smashwords.  Listen to us talk about the creative process, publishing, twitter, how place relates to the creative process, and giving away creative work.

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Friend of Billtown Blue Lit, Peter Damian Bellis, gives you his book. For free.

I’m writing today to introduce Peter Damian Bellis, American author, and neighbor to Billtown Blue Lit.  Peter met with us yesterday to talk about our project, his novel The Conjure Man, and all sorts of matters of marketing and publishing. Here’s Bellis’s bio as it appears on the marketing site for his book: Peter Damian …

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