Tag: Float

In Praise of Small Presses

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Nice interview about my experience with the University of Iowa Press and Ashland Creek Press with Chris Kinneally on the Beyond the Book podcast. In Praise of Small Presses

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Hothouse Magazine Interview

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This interview with Karin Davidson was originally published in Hothouse Magazine on Oct. 13, 2013. Boston area folks, I’ll be reading from Float at the Boston Book Festival tomorrow, Saturday October 19th, at 3:30 pm at the Trinity Forum. And next Thursday, Oct. 14th, I’ll be part of the Concord Festival of Authors, on a […]

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The Earth Goddess and Fiction

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  With the Summer Solistice still in the air, it’s a good time to revisit the Earth Goddess and her literary legacy. In sync with the first Earth Day in 1970, when I was an impressionable 14 year-old, women were throwing off the shackles of patriarchy in the streets and in their homes, even in […]

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Ode to Float, by Duncan Nelson

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I DOTE ON MY ROLE IN THE CELEBRATION OF FLOAT AT ITS ROCKY NECK FLOTATION O I shall permit no debunkin’ Of a book whose protagonist’s name is “Duncan” – For that is the very name of the bard on Whom falls the duty (he hopes you’ll pardon His doggerel) to deploy his art In […]

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The Next Big Thing Project

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Welcome to the Plastics and Water Don’t Mix blog. As a rule, I’ll be posting about just that, plastics in the oceans, a problem not just for the sea life, but for human life. But every now and then I’ll be writing about my upcoming novel, Float, which falls under that topic. Eventually, maybe everything […]

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