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As I continue finding ways to promote my anthology, I keep being reminded of why I’ve always enjoyed both the
This interview was recorded last week as part of the station’s “Ozarks at Large” program that features local artists, authors, and
Going Gone by Abraham Lopez is a unique novel, a single story with deep layers. A tragedy strikes, the assassination of one man in the Middle East, and the lives of different people go spiraling out of control. Readers encounter a CIA agent, the military, and a host of other characters, including seemingly ordinary people, as they struggle to reconnect the dots and get an understanding of events in a world spiraling out of control. But who is behind the assassination? The killing of Saiid will rouse the most powerful and resourceful anti-Western groups in the Persian Gulf region. And who is responsible for this tragedy? Can the retired CIA director, now living with a terminal condition, fathom it out?
The Animal Kingdom. Majestic. Breathtaking. Also, masogonistic and racist and outdated. Even the name, Animal Kingdom, amirite? It should at
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? Title: Going Gone Author: Abraham Lopez Genre: Anthology/Alternate History Going Gone reads as a collection…
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