Author Spotlight: Deborah McCutchen

Editing Is Supposed to Be Fun and Other Wisdom from a Working Writer By Monica Prince Writer and professor Deborah McCutchen’s manuscript, The Whale Road, was selected as one of the top ten finalists for the 2017 SFWP Literary Awards Program, a creative nonfiction...

2018 Advanced Reading Copies

Are you a book blogger? Do you review books for magazines, journals, newspapers? Run a podcast? We’ll be glad to send out advanced reading copies of our Fall 2018 titles as soon as they’re available. Use our contact form to let us know your name, address,...

“A Member of the Family” by Morgan Smith

???   I hear a strange clicking sound, look down the semi-dark corridor, and see a shadowy figure near the second of the two cells. A man is holding what looks like an old coffee can in his left hand. When he withdraws his right hand from the can, I see that it’s...

Translating the Bible: An Interview with Aviya Kushner (Hebrew)

  The latest installment of “Translator’s Cut” brings us to the Hebrew language. I recently read translator Aviya Kushner’s excellent book on translating the Bible and was absolutely mesmerized. One gets a whole new appreciation for biblical...

Review: Thursday 1:17 p.m. by Michael Landweber

Thursday 1:17 p.m.: A Novel Author: Michael Landweber Coffeetown Press, 2016 ISBN: 978-1-60381-357-0 $13.95   Still Life in Thursday 1:17 p.m. “Begin the Begin” by R.E.M. is the last song teenager Duck listens to before time stops around him in the middle of an...