Next month our author David Sanders brings his celebrated novel Busara Road back to his childhood stomping grounds on the West Coast. So far, stops are planned in San Francisco, Seattle, and Pacific Grove. See his website for details. If you're near any one of these cities, we hope you can stomp with him.
The headline for this post could serve as a description for any of our books. As it happens, though, it's from the latest advance comment on HOMING, the extraordinary memoir by Mark Lyons that we'll publish in November. And the author of said comment is the marvelous Elise Juska, perhaps our favorite Philly-area novelist. Here's the quote in full:
"To read Mark Lyons’s HOMING is to feel you’re in the presence of a writer excavating years of memories—by turns harrowing, confusing, nostalgic, tender—with great honesty and integrity. While at times painful, this memoir doesn’t veer into the sensational or sentimental. Nor does it offer easy answers. This book truly moved me."
We'll have info soon about advance orders of HOMING. In the meantime, two (2) (ii) ARCs are still available for reviewers.
And don't forget, in a few days (September 19), David Sanders will bring his novel BUSARA ROAD to South Philly.