To celebrate the release of her new novel The Anger Meridian, today we’re pleased to feature author Kaylie Jones’s story from Long Island Noir.
July 2015 News & Features
To celebrate the release of Little Beasts — the latest from our Kaylie Jones Books imprint — we’re pleased to feature a statement from author Matthew McGevna on how a real-life crime inspired his debut novel.
He walked down Telegraph Avenue toward campus, stepping around street kids, doped up and dirty . . .
“So, you got the stuff? . . .”
We’re thrilled for editor Joe Meno! Click to read the full review.
The American walked the ancient Italian countryside on unsteady feet. It was a familiar path, but he had been up very, very late with guests from the States, toasting to liberal optimism with liberal quantities of Tuscan wine. They had, essentially, drunk all night, waiting for election results from the States, which didn’t report until three a.m. Italian time that Barack Obama had become the forty-fourth president of the United States . . .
Johnny was barely fourteen when he started drinking . . .
To celebrate the release of Little Beasts —a powerful debut novel by Matthew McGevna and the latest release from our Kaylie Jones Books imprint — today we’re pleased to feature Matthew McGevna’s story from Long Island Noir, edited by Kaylie Jones.
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