When three children in a Catholic group home are brutally murdered, the survivors are hurried into separate foster homes across Long Island. Robin Hills, a fifteen-year-old who has spent the past several years under religious care, is thrust into a new, dysfunctional family with no spiritual beliefs. No longer protected by the religion and the… Continue reading INSIDE LOOK: Angel of the Undergound
Stacey Lender's CITY MOUSE examines what it means to find your place, revealing unspoken truths about motherhood, friendship, and the thorny pursuit to have it all. It's also this summer's hottest read, so pick up your copy now! If you don't believe us, just check out what other people are saying: New York Post - This week's must-read… Continue reading KJBuzz: City Mouse
There’s a killer on the loose in Mission County, Pennsylvania . . . whose next victim might be the prosecuting attorney. We are pleased to announce that Lauren Stahl's debut novel, The Devil's Song, is forthcoming on January 2, 2018. Description A debut novel in Akashic’s Kaylie Jones Books imprint. Kate Magda, an up-and-coming prosecutor and the privileged… Continue reading Coming Soon: The Devil’s Song
Save the date for the launch of @staceylender's debut novel, #CITYMOUSE!
With copies of Jason Carney's STARVE THE VULTURE lining bookshelves across the country, Union Station Magazine decided to give its readers a taste of Carney's enthralling memoir. 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… Continue reading Union Station Magazine teases readers with a sample of STARVE THE VULTURE
LitReactor, a website dedicated to serving as a destination for writers and readers, published a review of Jason Carney's memoir, STARVE THE VULTURE. Keith Rawson presented an interesting twist to the traditional book review in his "Bookshots" column, speculating on an alternate title for the memoir, saying what movie star should play the main character, and even listing his… Continue reading LitReactor Review: Enthralling passages make STARVE THE VULTURE a real page turner
Jason Carney, author of the stirring memoir STARVE THE VULTURE, will make book tour appearances in January 2015. It will begin with a reading for students and faculty at Wilkes University's MA/MFA in Creative Writing Program and continue throughout the rest of the month. 1/8 Wilkes University 1/12 Bar 13 NYC 1/13 Urbana NYC 1/19 Penn College of… Continue reading Jason Carney releases 2015 book tour dates for STARVE THE VULTURE
With only one month left until STARVE THE VULTURE is officially released, author Jason Carney sat down to talk with Loren Kleinman from the Huffington Post in an interview about how he came up with the unique name for the memoir, overcoming the cycle of abuse, and how poetry ultimately saved him. STARVE THE VULTURE… Continue reading Huffington Post interviewed Jason Carney about STARVE THE VULTURE
Jason Carney gives a TEDx talk about America needing an honest conversation. Check it out here. If you enjoyed that you should definitely order his upcoming memoir STARVE THE VULTURE. Available now for preorder.
A reader from Kirkus Reviews posted this review of Jason Carney's STARVE THE VULTURE: "National Poetry Slam finalist Carney's memoir of his troubled upbringing, drug addiction and eventual grace. Addicts often refer to a moment of epiphany, when, at their lowest point, they experience a feeling of clarity that puts their disease into perspective. The author… Continue reading Kirkus Reviews: Carney persevered in memoir, STARVE THE VULTURE