If what you write is character driven, literary fiction, I might be interested in reading your work. Otherwise, I am not. Comments on the novel are welcome, and always the best approach. Spam will be largely ignored.
If you're reading this page I do hope you will read and support the authors on my shelf. They are all worthwhile reads.
For those who wish to contact me, my email address is: tsc(at)bonalibro(dot)us.
I have many favorite books, too numerous to count them all, but lately I read mostly contemporary fiction, although most LitFic appalls me as obtuse, overwritten, cloyingly pretty, or lacking in plot. There is a reason there are so few classic authors; they are the only ones who get everything right.
The writer whose work I look forward to most is Richard Powers. I read The Gold Bug Variations years ago and followed that with the rest of his published work at the time and everything he has written since. I buy his hard covers in first edition. What I like about Powers is his way of writing about people working at the frontiers of knowledge and experience.
I also enjoy Steve Erickson, who writes surrealistic books about Hollywood, though he's not in quite the same league as Powers; and Michael Ventura.
But it was Henry Miller who finally opened me up to write.
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