Tracey Garvis Graves lands two-book deal After her self-published debut, On the Island, became a best seller (it's No. 26 n USA TODAY's list), Tracey Garvis Graves quit her bank job to write full time. Now she's found a publisher — or a publisher found her. Penguin will announce ... 06/13/2012 - 9:01 pm | View Link
Uncharted (On the Island, #1.5) by Tracey Garvis-Graves ... Tracey Garvis Graves - and Anna and T.J. - return in this companion novella to the New York Times bestseller On the Island When twenty-three-year-old dot ... 03/6/2014 - 10:19 pm | View Website
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REVIEW: On the Island by Tracy Garvis-Graves | Dear Author Dear Ms. Garvis-Graves, I picked up your book because it is everywhere lately. The concept of the teen boy-older woman romance is pretty repellant to me, but over 700 ... 03/6/2014 - 5:25 pm | View Website
On the Island (On the Island, #1) by Tracey Garvis-Graves ... Before I even start my review I need to ask the most important question..... How is this Tracey’s first book? I’m skeptical, I don’t believe it. 03/6/2014 - 1:58 pm | View Website
Full text of "The Cherokee land lottery, containing a ... Full text of "The Cherokee land lottery, containing a numerical list of the names of the fortunate drawers in said lottery, with an engraved map of each district. 03/6/2014 - 12:29 am | View Website
Moore dishes on the intersection of bleakness and humor in her writingLorrie Moore is simultaneously one of the funniest and saddest fiction writers in America. Her collections of short stories are masterpieces of the laughter-through-tears variety, full of high and low comedy that somehow redeems, or maybe just makes temporarily bearable, their deep wells of sorrow.
The poet contemplates life's milestones in minute detail "Book of Hours," Kevin Young's heartfelt, beautifully crafted new collection of poems, is a chronicle of a series of seismic changes in his life.
With 'Blood Will Out,' Kirn questions the motives of his subject. And his own. In 1998, Walter Kirn agreed to drive a crippled dog from Montana to New York as a favor to a man he had never met: Clark Rockefeller.
At one point in “Redeployment,” the extraordinarily powerful debut collection of short stories by Phil Klay, a former military PsyOps specialist refers to an old joke: “How many Vietnam vets does it take to screw in a lightbulb? You wouldn’t know, you weren’t there.” Read full article >>
One afternoon, many years ago, I was on my way to the movies when I passed a guy selling books on the street. As I scanned his wares, which were neatly displayed on a blanket spread out on the sidewalk, I soon realized that all the novels were by authors whose names began with V.
To raise awareness of the educational challenges that many children face, a nonprofit organization called LitWorld has designated the first Wednesday of every March “World Read Aloud Day.” It’s hard to imagine a more delightful holiday: “to celebrate the power of words and create a community of readers taking action to show the world that the right to literacy belongs to all people.” Read full article >>