Monthly Archives: August 2009

Review in Black Static

New review by Peter Tennant in Black Static 12 of The Painting and the City, part of a group of reviews of three other recent titles from PS.  He says: “Wexler’s novel is uniquely his own, a slippery thing that, … Continue reading

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KGB Reading Photos

Are available here, courtesy of Ellen Datlow. Here’s a photo of Kaaron Warren and me, at some point pre- or post-reading.

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New York, day 2 on day 3

Day two, written some in the morning of day three, some the evening. That’s how it goes sometimes. I can’t blog when I’m not at a computer then, can I? Day two was all about the reading (being which it … Continue reading

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New York, Day 1

Arrived after a blissfully uneventful flight, train from Newark to Penn Station, and crappy taxi drive through unpleasant clogs of traffic.  It’s fucking hot. Which I knew it would be, but it’s been a long time since I’ve experienced New … Continue reading

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Readings, French City

Friday nights reading at Brother Bear’s Cafe went well, nice-sized audience, some book sales.  My wife, Rebecca Kuder read first, a section of her novel-in-progress, The Eight Mile Suspended Carnival, and I read the prologue to my novella-in-progress, called (for … Continue reading

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Minor Breakthrough

I’ve been working on another novella set in Springdale, the fictitious New England village made famous by my first book, In Springdale Town. I’m playing around with various things, trying to move the characters along from here to there and … Continue reading

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Sunday Times Review

The Painting and the City reviewed by Lisa Tuttle in the Sunday Times: A “haunting tale from a distinctive new voice.” Read the whole review here.

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Summer Sale

PS Publishing is running a 60 percent off summer sale.  Which means that remaining copies of In Springdale Town, in jacketed hardcover, are now £10.00 / $16.00. This is a numbered edition of 200 copies, each signed by myself and the … Continue reading

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