In today’s ORIGINS, Eric D. Goodman discusses the origins of his novel, The Color of Jadeite, recently released from Apprentice House Books. The first spark is almost always an idea […]
We’ve managed to isolate ourselves, as a society, from nature. Throwing the animals back on equal footing is an interesting idea.
Kosk-Kosicka offers glimpses of despair and redemption, war and peace, inhumanity and family connection, through the skilled use of imagery, sharp observations, and sometimes wry humor.