Tag Archives: Jersey City Book Festival

Rising for the fall

Just finished my first official newspaper interview to promote American Dictators, which will appear in the Jersey Journal in advance of the Jersey City Library Book Festival, just around the corner on Sunday, Sept. 15. The writer, Chinedum Emelumba, got a lot of history poured into her ear, and it’ll be interesting to see how much of it ends up in the finished story. I also got in a few plugs for my upcoming second novel, Echo, of which more anon.  

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On the road again

I have a few book appearances coming up this fall, but one of the biggest will be the Jersey City Free Public Library’s second annual book festival, set for Saturday, September 12, at Van Vorst Park. I’ll be there to sell and sign copies of my book The Last Three Miles: Politics, Murder, and the Construction of America’s First Superhighway. Among the other authors will be Helene Stapinski, author of two very enjoyable books: Five-Finger Discount and Baby Plays Around.

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