Kathi Wolfe is a writer and poet whose work has been featured in several publications, including Gargoyle and Beltway Poetry Quarterly. She was the winner of the 2014 Stonewall Chapbook competition with her collection, The Uppity Blind Girl Poems. You can follow Kathi on Twitter @UppityBlindGirl.
John Adam Wasowicz’s Daingerfield Island was featured in the recent editions of the Alexandria Gazette Packet and Publishers Weekly! In the Gazette Packet, Wasowicz shares some insight into his writing process, and talks about one of his novel’s important threads—good vs. evil. The Publishers Weekly review steps into Wasowicz’s career as a trial attorney, and how that is “put to good use” within the book.
Greeting, BHB friends! January tour dates for John Adam Wasowicz and his novel, Daingerfield Island, have been rescheduled for February. We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank you for your wonderful support. We hope to see you in February! You can view the updated schedule on our Events page. No changes have been made to current February or March dates.
BrickHouse Books’ author John Adam Wasowicz recently mused on the impact of independent bookstores on our local Main Streets. Published by the Washington Independent Review of Books, “Bookstores: The Heart of Main Street” was inspired by Wasowicz’s first-hand experiences in independent bookstores during his tour for Daingerfield Island. The essay is a must-read for any bookstore lover whose been worried about the stability of brick and mortars in a digital age.
We’re fast approaching the New Year, and with it, more events with BrickHouse Books authors! January, February, and March already include new tour dates for John Adam Wasowicz and his novel, Daingerfield Island!
The Brattleboro Reformer (Vermont) recently interviewed author John Adam Wasowicz about his career, his New England roots, and his recent release, Daingerfield Island. In the interview, John reveals his inspiration for the mystery/thriller novel, and teases about its in-progress sequel, Jones Point.
You can read the interview in its entirety at www.reformer.com.
BrickHouse Books’ Prose Editor recently reviewed Erin Adair-Hodges’ debut poetry collection, Let’s All Die Happy (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2017), in the Winter 2017 edition of the Adirondack Review. You can read the review online here: adirondackreview.homestead.com.