The long past and deep roots of the first novel to be published by Thornbush Press.
This story collection, Protons and Fleurons: Twenty-Two Elements of Fiction, gestated over a long period of time. “Iron” and “Gold” were the first two stories I drafted, well over a decade ago. At the time I didn’t have any sense that they would be linked by a common theme of an element of the periodic […]
Or, how a Lutheran comes to commit casuistry.
What does censored Soviet-era literature have to do with starting a new independent publishing house? Quite a lot, actually.
Two new memoirs from Thornbush Press address the perennial question: What is grace?