When Stewart O’Nan scribbled the name Mason Radkoff on a post card at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs, we didn’t know what we were in for. But now we do—and we can’t wait to share the news.
excerpts from new and forthcoming titles, announcements about book tours, readings, and relevant links
It's now and it's here.
Braddock Avenue Books is very proud to announce that Catherine Gammon’s gripping new novel, Sorrow, is available now. The unforgettable story of a young woman’s journey from betrayal to redemption, Sorrow will leave you rethinking your basic assumptions about the human experience.
frank discussion by guest authors, editors, agents, and publishers who share insights into the literary life
Braddock Avenue Books: Nanking Mansion, the lofts/condos that serve as the setting for What the Zhang Boys Know, has a name that bespeaks the dubious hope of gentrification. Yet it also provides the perfect
Braddock Avenue Books: No doubt the title of your story collection, Beasts & Men, is intended to be metaphorical, but it’s also the case that the stories often juxtapose people and animals in a literal way
general cultural commentary and ruminations about noteworthy books by new, established, and classic writers
Thanks to a collaboration between the University of Pittsburgh creative writing program and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Braddock Avenue Books co-founder Robert Peluso had the chance to talk live with novelist Ian McEwan about novellas, Nabokov, the idea of the book, and living the literary life.
Joe Schuster, author of the novel The Might Have Been, recently invited me to participate in The Next Big Thing – a kind of “chain blog” among writers designed to share news about recent or forthcoming work. Thanks, Joe, for tagging me for The Next Big Thing!