We’re very excited to announce that Matthew McGevna’s novel #LittleBeasts has been chosen as a BEASelects Literary Fiction Book
The Book Expo America BEASelects 2015 Literary Fiction Stage event is scheduled for:
Uptown Stage – Javitz Center
Thursday, May 28, 2015
1:45 – 2:15
Moderator: Gabe Habash, Deputy Reviews Editor, Publishers Weekly
Matthew Mcgevna’s novel will be out in July.
Also, join Kaylie Jones Books at their table at the Port Jefferson Free Library Author Fair! Featuring Kaylie Jones, Matthew McGevna (Little Beasts), and other KJB authors.
Jason Carney took a back seat at his own book release party for ‘Starve the Vulture’ on February 11th, opening the stage to longtime friends and poets. All proceeds were donated to Young DFW Writers, an organization founded by Jason Carney and Bob Stephenson that teaches students to stand and deliver performance poetry. Check out the pictures from the event.
February 11th, 2015 at Brookhaven College in Farmers Branch, Texas.
From the Facebook Event Page:
This is a fundraiser for the nonprofit Young DFW Writers and the Windmill Writers of Brookhaven College. Please join us February 11th. as we celebrate the release of Artistic Director, Jason Carney’s new book. There will be performances from Emotion Brown, Simon Phoenix, Opalina Salas, LTAB DFW youth Poets, author and publisher Kaylie Jones. Dj Big Ant will be spinning. Light food and drink served by FnG Eats. Please join us from 7-9 pm in the foyer of the Performance Hall building.
With every twenty dollar suggested donation, you will receive a signed copy of the book. All proceeds will go to Young DFW Writers and the Windmill Writers of Brookhaven College.
Come celebrate the growth of a dynamic new nonprofit and their flagship event Louder than a Bomb DFW.
Kaylie Jones will be on a panel discussion – Women in the Literary Arts – at Brookhaven College in Farmers Branch, TX on February 11th, 2015. She will be appearing along side Michelle Navarro and Camika Spencer.
For most, family tales remain relegated to reunions and the Thanksgiving dinner table. But for one first-time author and high school English teacher from Scranton, a sorrowful story recounted countless times by older relatives became the inspiration and foundation for a new, classic American novel.
“Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night” by Barbara Taylor is a story about a working-class family from Scranton circa 1900 after tragedy befalls them. The paperback book (320 pages, Kaylie Jones Books) is based loosely around the real story of Taylor’s great-aunt Pearl, who perished as a child from severe burns after playing with sparklers on July 4, the day of her baptism. But it is fictional and spotlights the young Morgan family’s devastating loss and attempts to carry on in the small mining town …
Two excerpts from the book, “Show Tunes and Hate Crimes: 1997,” and “Faith without works: 2005″ are now available on the magazine’s website, which describes itself as having a distinct urban aesthetic with a mission to be inclusive and reconcile multiple narratives, images, and voices that are defining the changing landscape.