We tend to blog a lot about KB Dixon. We’ve published five of his books and because he consistently wins awards and five-star reviews, he’s often in the Book Review section of the Oregonian. This time, the paper decided to publish a different piece of work from Dixon, an essay, about an author’s journey in…
“The pleasures in Dixon’s novel come mostly from the perverse mundanity of Ingram’s self-revelation as he unrolls his laconic story,” says Bob Hicks on Art Scatter. Hicks lends his own dry humor in this review of K. B. Dixon’s latest book, The Ingram Interview.
The Oregonian and Literary Arts are teaming up to present a Reader’s Choice award at the 24th Oregon Book Awards ceremony on April 25. Inkwater Press’ Ken Dixon is on the list.
On Tuesday, January 25, Literary Arts announced the finalists for the 24th annual Oregon Book Awards. Among the finalists for the Ken Kesey Award for Fiction is Inkwater’s own A Painter’s Life.