Literary readings are curious animals. They’re the writers’ primary public event to see and be seen, hear and be heard. But what are they really? Theater? A discussion? Celebrity sighting? Two readings in April, one following the other, became a study in contrasts for me. The first, the […]
David G. Pace
David Pace is a writer and literary editor of 15 Bytes. Author of the novel "Dream House on Golan Drive," (Signature Books), his creative work has also appeared in Quarterly West, ellipsis...literature and art, Alligator Juniper, Sunstone, Dialogue and reprinted/posted in Phone Fiction. His by-line has also appeared in the Christian Science Monitor, American Theatre, Huffington Post and elsewhere. www.davidgpace.com
David Kranes will tell you he’s driven. Since his arrival in Utah from his home in New England in 1967, he has taught students at the University of Utah Creative Writing Program, directed the Sundance Playwright’s Lab, written 7 novels and now, with his recently released The Legend’s Daughter (Torrey […]
In 2008, The End of the Straight and Narrow, a collection of short stories by then-grad student David McGlynn, won the Utah Book Award. In 2012, McGlynn, now a professor at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin, published A Door In the Ocean, a memoir that “charts the violent origins […]
Mark Bailey and Kirsten Allen, the duo behind Utah-based Torrey House Press, have had a steep learning curve, including moving from a print-on-demand model to a traditional distributor of product through Consortium. Since 2010, when they launched Torrey House Press here in Utah, they’ve kicked out seven […]
The authors and publishers of Torrey House Press descend on Weller Book Works Saturday to discuss their work and what it’s like to write and publish books in the “new” West.
We’ve always thought Sundays are a great day for reading — whether in an easy chair with your favorite paper, curled up on a couch with a good book or out in the park with your favorite ereader. With that in mind, we’re going to be running a […]