Midweek Notes from a Practicing Writer

Three quick things:

1. Busy writing up a talk that I’ll be presenting at a conference next week.

2. The latest addition to my “brief book reviews” is a timely read just ahead of the Veterans Day holiday: FIRE AND FORGET: SHORT STORIES FROM THE LONG WAR edited by Roy Scranton and Matt Gallagher (Da Capo Press).

3.It’s not every day that I share billing with Randy Rainbow! My thanks to Donna Kaz, this month’s AWP “In the Spotlight” writer, for the generous shoutout.

Question and answer from the piece linked just above.

2 thoughts on “Midweek Notes from a Practicing Writer

  1. Clive Collins says:

    A Short Wait Between Trains (ed. Robert Benard) is another very good anthology of war fiction by American writers. The title story is particularly good. It seems to be out of print, but there are used copies available from Amazon. I found mine on the bargain cart outside a little book shop close by the Komaba campus of Tokyo University some years ago.

    1. Erika Dreifus says:

      Thanks so much for the recommendation, Clive.

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