It’s day eight of Katherine Scott Nelson’s virtual author tour!
It's day eight (and the final day) of Katherine Scott Nelson's virtual book tour for hir CCLaP novella "Have You Seen Me!" Today Katherine is over at our good friend Lori Hettler's The Next Best Book Blog, where ze is participating in a regular feature there called "Where Writers Write," essays about the locations where authors prefer doing their work. Posted on by Jason Pettus 
Your micro-review roundup: 29 May 2012
Today, short reviews of three recently read books: The delightful character drama "Affection Aires" by Jeffra Hays; the so-so future-war thriller "Exogene" by T.C. McCarthy; and the really astounding "Gods of Gotham" by Lyndsay Faye, the first in a new series of detective stories all set during the 1840s beginnings of New York's first police department. Posted on by Jason Pettus 
Books! Parties! Struggling Kickstarter campaigns! Only four days until CCLaP’s in New York City!
Holy crap! Only four days until CCLaP's big trip to New York City! Today, some photos of all the handmade books that have been made for the tour, shots from the bon voyage party we threw this weekend at Lauryn Allison Lewis's place in Evanston, and the latest from our sadly struggling Kickstarter campaign, and what you can do to help. Click through for it all! Posted on by Jason Pettus 
It’s day five (and, uh, four) of Katherine Scott Nelson’s virtual author tour!
It's day five of Katherine Scott Nelson's virtual book tour for hir CCLaP novella "Have You Seen Me!" Today Katherine is visiting our old pal Jason Behrends at the Orange Alert Podcast. And since we missed yesterday, you can visit today's post as well for day four's stop at the podcast of yet another good friend, Ben Tanzer, as well as photos from Katherine's physical tour stop last night at the Lambda Finalist reading at Chicago's Center On Halsted. Click through for all the images and links! Posted on by Jason Pettus 
Holy interrobang! CCLaP’s holding a summer writing camp!
Well, whaddya know? CCLaP is doing its very first summer writing camp! It's every Tuesday through Friday this August, consists of eight interrelated courses on the storytelling process, was developed and is being taught by local academes, can be taken individually by existing writers to brush up on specific skills, but was designed primarily as a full program for teens looking to add an impressive asset to college applications. Click through for all the details! Posted on by Jason Pettus