Category Archives: The Painting and the City

P&C Out of Print

It appears that the cheaper edition of The Painting and the City is out of print. The expensive one is still available. Advertisements

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Interview with Robert Keiper

And now, the long awaited interview with Robert Keiper, who voiced the majority of the iambik audiobooks production of The Painting and the City. (He handled the contemporary parts and Ulf Bjorklund read the Philip Schuyler journal sections. I’m hoping … Continue reading

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Audiobook Out

The Painting and the City is now out on audiobook, from iambic audiobooks. Checking the audio proofs has been an interesting experience. I hope to conduct an interview soon with the main narrator, Robert Keiper.

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Audiobook

The nice people at iambic audiobooks will be producing an audiobook of The Painting and the City. Which I think is pretty neat. I listened to several people reading from sections of the book, and picked two; one for the … Continue reading

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First French Review

Which is, well, in French.  Google translate gets some of it.  I liked this bit: “Robert Freeman Wexler cleanses your eyes and makes you more alive than you did before opening his novel.”

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French Edition Here

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New Interview

Up now at Book Spot Central. In which I talk about various things related to The Painting and the City.

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New P&C Review

Larry from OF Blog of the Fallen has posted a very positive review here. Also, Brendan Connell recently finished an interview with me that will be posted at Fantasy Book Spot in the next few weeks.

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