Paul Ransom talks about his non-fiction book The Pointless Revolution! (published by Everytime Press) and his coming-of-middle-age novel The Last Summer of Hair (out now from Truth Serum Press) to Eco Voice. "Ransom reveals that both books are about navigating the difficult terrain of self, mortality and meaning." Find the article at Eco Voice by clicking … Continue reading Towards a Less Scary Future – The Pointless Revolution!
“This book is written so seamlessly, it is as though it was written in one breath. The characters are so intimately known and flawlessly captured - as though the greater part of them live on outside the frame. Only an author who has truly digested the meaning of each character's trajectory could write this way. … Continue reading “seamlessly written” – ‘The Last Summer of Hair’ review
"Just finished The Last Summer of Hair. It was so beautiful and evocative. Every paragraph was a pleasure to read. Paul Ransom manages to draw the reader through the book the same way a mystery does, and yet the end was so simple, so everyday. Ransom has captured something very real and authentic about middle … Continue reading ‘The Last Summer of Hair’ – “beautiful and evocative”
Maria Judnick reviews Sydneyside Reflections by Mark Crimmins for Heavy Feather Review. "In our great yearning for a spontaneous trip anywhere—even if to a new grocery store—Mark Crimmins’ warm, detailed observations on his ten-day January 2019 vacation to Sydney, Australia, offers a welcome opportunity for escapist armchair travel." For the full review, click here. To … Continue reading ‘Sydneyside Reflections’ reviewed at Heavy Feather Review
Decennia by Jan Chronister has been reviewed by Murphy McCoy for Portage Magazine. "Artfully crafted, Decennia is wonderfully and honestly written. Complex and rich, the collection finds a way to both comfort and haunt its reader." Find the full review by clicking here.