Author Barry Smith will appear at several Kansas venues in the next month to sign copies of Only Milo, a dark and quirky thriller about the publishing industry.
A group of dads–and Inkwater Press authors–who meet every Tuesday morning to discuss the grief of losing children were featured on the ABC evening news in Indianapolis.
Using rod puppets of hamburgers and hot dogs, the nonprofit poetry and theater group Alphabet Arts has adapted the Inkwater Press children’s book City of Hamburgers into a puppet show, which will debut Sept. 12 and 13 in two Brooklyn neighborhoods.
Dave Fox, author of Globejotting: How to Write Extraordinary Travel Journals (and still have time to enjoy your trip!), was featured on the public radio show “Travel with Rick Steves.”
Inkwater Press announces with diabolical glee the publication of Barry Smith’s Only Milo, a twisted and darkly funny thriller about the publishing industry.
John Barrows, co-author of the Inkwater title How I Taught My Brother to Cook, was interviewed for The Oregonian‘s “Taste” column Sunday, Aug. 30. The article included his mother’s recipe for “Cagoots,” an easy, peasant-style summer vegetable stew.
There’s a new literary venue in town, and two Inkwater Press authors will be the first to kick off its series of author readings.
Barry Smith, Kansas finance professor and author of Only Milo, was interviewed in the Emporia Gazette about his quirky thriller, which pokes fun at the publishing industry.
Eileen McVety, author of Welcome to the Company (or what it’s really like working here), will share tips and tongue-in-cheek wisdom from her book Saturday, Aug. 8, at 8 a.m. Pacific Time in an interview with Barry Eva of “A Book and a Chat” on BlogTalkRadio.
Inkwater Press is giving away two advance copies of the darkly humorous Only Milo, due out in September.
Two Inkwater Press authors were featured on Erik Hastings’ The Travel Show this month. The weekly radio show airs Sundays on WABC News Talk Radio.
Stephanie Snowe, author of the tragically funny ‘Meeting Mr. Wrong:The Romantic Misadventures of a Southern Belle,’ has been invited to rub elbows with more than 200 other authors at one of the nation’s largest literary festivals.