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Among Animals 3 Interview

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An interview with AMONG ANIMALS 3 contributor JoeAnn Hart  April 20, 2022 by Midge Raymond This interview was conducted and edited by Ashland Creek Press intern Rachel Harris. Q: What inspired you to write this story? A: I am currently working on Arroyo Circle, a novel about wildfires and floods set in Boulder, Colorado, […]

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Good Job, Robin

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A new piece of climate fiction up at slate.com called Good Job, Robin.     Then enjoy the response essay in slate from Christy Spackman a scientist about whether we should be eating crickets now or later.  

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The best climate fiction books

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Ben Fox over at Shepherd.com (a great place to discover your next read) asked me what my favorite climate fiction books were. It was tough to whittle them down to five, but here they are. https://shepherd.com/best-books/climate-fiction-books By JoeAnn Hart Who am I? Float started out as a comedy of manners set in a coastal Maine town, […]

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I Am Not Your Negro

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On the occasion of the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Worldwide Screening of the international literature festival berlin (ilb) is taking place around the globe today. Over 40 institutions in over 20 countries will screen and discuss the film I Am Not Your Negro by Raoul Peck both digitally and analogue. […]

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Book Stew Interview

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Thank you Eileen MacDougall for a lively discussion of Stamford 76 on Book Stew last month on WCTV.  

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Book Review: Dark Side of the Ocean

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Book Review: Dark Side of the Ocean

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Stamford ’76 in the Colorado Review

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https://coloradoreview.colostate.edu/reviews/stamford-76/   Stamford ’76 Nonfiction By JoeAnn Hart Reviewed By Lisa Harries Schumann Excavation of the past is exacting work. In Stamford ’76, JoeAnn Hart unearths facts and memories in a book that is part true crime story and part exploration of a personal past as a young, white woman in a relationship with a black […]

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Stamford ’76, Hippocampus Review

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Review: Stamford ’76 by JoeAnn Hart  

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Paths to Publication: Small Presses and University Presses

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It surprises me, and makes me a little sad, when I hear writers say they have given up on a book manuscript. Either they have an agent who has exhausted the traditional Big Five publishing houses (Hachette, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster), or they were unable to secure an agent in […]

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Oink, A Review

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OINK Exisle Publishing, November 2019 By Renée Hollis     There is a saying in the book reviewer world, that if you review a book with a pig on the cover, you will be destined to review all books with pigs on the cover. And so it has come to pass. Not long ago I […]

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