Upcoming Event: Author Reading

Dave Wright, Josh Spilker, and Eric Shonkwiler will be doing readings of their work at Reading Rock Books on Monday, September 15, at 6pm. 
Dave WrightDave Wright
Dave Wright is the author of Riverwalkers and an editor and publisher at Dig That Book Co.  You can find him at digthatbook.com.

Dig That Book Co.
ISBN: 978-0-692-21527-2

RiverwalkersBrief synopsis of Riverwalkers:
A cycle of rural and contemporary myth-based poems that relate the creation myth and the life and death of the first water beetle, The Riverwalker.



Josh SpilkerJosh Spilker

Josh Spilker is the author of About Mr. Warren, What Kmart Is Like Now, Ambient Florida Position, and Woodbine, and is currently a copywriter. He is the founder of the lit review tumblr, I AM ALT LIT, and its ‘friend,’ I AM NOT ALT LIT. He publishes small books through Deckfight Press, is a semi-regular blogger for Vol.1 Brooklyn, and lives in Nashville, with his wife, his daughter, and one too many dogs. His book, Taco Jehovah, is forthcoming from Dig That Book Co. in spring 2015.  You can find him at joshspilker.com.


Eric Shonkwiler
Eric Shonkwiler has had writing appear in Los Angeles Review of Books, The Millions, Fiddleblack, [PANK] Magazine, Midwestern Gothic, and elsewhere. He received his MFA in Fiction from University of California-Riverside, where he was the recipient of the Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellowship Award, and is a regional editor for Los Angeles Review of Books, as well as a former reader for[PANK] and former Editor-in-Chief for CRATE: The Literary Journal of UCR. Born and raised in Ohio, Eric is an extensive nomad, having lived and worked in every contiguous U.S. time zone, and finding himself on the road as often as not. He is the author of the critically acclaimed debut novel, Above All Men, a 2014 Midwest Connections Pick released in March from MG Press. You can find him at ericshonkwiler.com.

Above All Men
MG Press
ISBN: 978-0-9882013-2-3

Brief synopsis of Above All Men:

Years from now, America is slowly collapsing. Crops are drying up and oil is running out. People flee cities for the countryside, worsening the drought and opening the land to crime. Amid this decay and strife, war veteran David Parrish fights to keep his family and farm together. However, the murder of a local child opens old wounds, forcing him to confront his own nature on a hunt through dust storms and crumbling towns for the killer. Shonkwiler’s critically acclaimed debut novel is a 2014 Midwest Connections Pick and has been called “poetic, stark, and impossible to ignore” by authors and critics such as Frank Bill, Paula Bomer, and Tom Lutz.

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