A short while ago, I got to talk with Jack Driscoll, one of my all-time favorite writers, for an interview on The Rumpus. There is so much goodness here, it would take me forever to excerpt the highlights. So why don’t you just wander over to The Rumpus and give it a read? (http://therumpus.net/2017/11/its-only-a-matter-of-time-a-conversation-with-jack-driscoll/) And since it is Black Friday, or Thanksgiving Part II, you might want to consider buying a copy (or two, or three, or four) of his short story collection The Goat Fish and the Lover’s Knot from your favorite bookseller.
“And so go ahead and try following them across the stark, windswept pastures and fields of white moose and deer and coyote, and just see how long before you’re completely turned around out there where the spirit world is everywhere alive.” – Jack Driscoll, “That Story,” The Goat Fish and the Lover’s Knot
Once again, let us honor National Short Story Month–this time with five fine and recent story collections by the endangered species, the White Male Writer.
WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT MEN, by Michael Burke
AS IF WE WERE PREY, by Michael Delp
THE WORLD OF A FEW MINUTES AGO, by Jack Driscoll
CARRY EACH HIS BURDEN, by James Goertel
HART’S GROVE, by Dennis McFadden
→Thanks for reading! -PMc←