Small Crimes: Sunday Reads

Small Crimes Sunday Reads features Fahrenheit Press, It’s an Indie Book Blog, Walt Whitman, Caleb Johnson, The Paris Review, Rigoberto González, Los Angeles Times, Helga Flatland, Hanna Beckerman, Orenda Books, The Guardian, Furaha Asai, The Creative Independent, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, James Scott Bell, Kill Zone, Vanda Symon, Howard Linsky, and No Exit Press.

More on the great news from Fahrenheit Press this week. (It’s an Indie Book Blog)

“What Really Killed Walt Whitman?” by Caleb Johnson (The Paris Review)

“Reading New Mexico — literature that reveals life at a cultural crossroads” by Rigoberto González (Los Angeles Times)

“‘A Modern Family’ by Helga Flatland review – thoughtful debut from ‘the Norwegian Anne Tyler'” by Hannah Beckerman (Orenda Books) (The Guardian)

“How to establish a daily writing practice” by Furaha Asani (The Creative Independent via Vol 1. Brooklyn)

“The Power of the Telling Detail” by James Scott Bell (Kill Zone)

Book Review: Overkill by Vanda Symon (Orenda Books, 2018) (It’s an Indie Book Blog)

Book: “Ungentlemanly Warfare” by Howard Linskey (No Exit Press, 2019)

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