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* Joe M. McDermott, "The Fortress at the End of the World"
I’m a writer living in Hillsborough. My first novel, The Dry Grass of August, came out in April and is doing quite well (a wonderful review is in the August issue of Our State Magazine); information about me and my book is available at my web site: http://www.annajeanmayhew.com.
Please contact me if you would be interested in interviewing me for Carolina Book Beat…I would be delighted to be on your show!
I’d love to share with your listeners the story behind “When Last on the Mountain: The View from Writers over 50,” of which I’m co-editor. Of the more than 2,000 submissions of poetry, fiction and essays from all over the world, we chose three from North Carolina contributors: Dody Williams (Greensboro), Ann Fox Chandonnet (Vale), and Karen Paul Holmes (Atlanta/Southern Appalachians). We’ve been very well reviewed, most recently in the current issue of the Blue Ridge Bookfest newsletter (firstname.lastname@example.org). May I send you a copy of “When Last on the Mountain?”