I will be reading at the Author’s Salon at Howard County Central Library on Tuesday, June 27, 2017. I was invited as the featured reader as part of Columbia’s 50th Anniversary Celebration. I will read from my story collection, Flight Path & Other Stories and some brief passages from new work. Followed by a Q & A and a book signing. Would love to see you there. Come and bring your friends. Here is a link. http://hclibrary.org/classes-events/author-salon-jan-bowman/
Hello Writer Friends, June 4, 2017
Wanted to let you know that I will be a featured presentation as part of Columbia’s 50th Anniversary Celebration and will be talking about the connections between community, writing, and the way kindness helps us all.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT – FLIGHT PATH & OTHER STORIES by Jan Bowman
I am pleased to announce that one of my new stories was a finalist for the Tampa Review Danahy Fiction Prize, selected by the editors of the Tampa Review. Here is a list with the winner and finalists. Announcing the winner and finalists of the Danahy Fiction Prize. Published: Jun 15, 2016
What better way to launch my new book, Flight Path & Other Stories than aboard a beautiful Regal Princess cruise ship on March 1, 2016! Order it today: http://eveningstreetpress.com/jan-bowman.html
Virginia Poet Margaret Mackinnon, winner of the 2014 Library of Virginia Poetry Award and the 2011 GERALD CABLE BOOK AWARD for THE INVENTED CHILD, talks with Jan Bowman about connecting the lines between the obscure and the mysterious.
Linda Trice talks about her third and newest picture book in the series for ages 4-8, Kenya’s Art (Charlesbridge Publishing) now available from all booksellers as of TUESDAY JANUARY 12, 2016. And she describes her experiences working with and without an agent.
Now Available Online: CUTBANK’s review by Sarah Katz for my story collection, Flight Path & Other Stories. http://www.cutbankonline.org/cutbank-literary-magazine-2/2015/11/cutbank-reviews-flight-path-other-stories-by-jan-bowman
Flight Path & Other Stories now available for immediate shipment. Order online from Evening Street Press.
Soon available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, & GoogleBooks. Want to review it? email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for waiting.
Laura Shovan is poetry editor for Little Patuxent Review. Her newest book The Last Fifth Grade of Emerson Elementary, her novel-in-verse for children, debuts in April 2016 (Wendy Lamb Books/Random House).