Join us in celebrating the release of Jeremy T Wilson's new book, The Quail Who Wears the Shirt and Andy Mozina's new book, Tandem!
About The Quail Who Wears the Shirt: is a magnificent Southern-fried meditation on guilt and karma, a fantastic and truly memorable work about the lies we tell ourselves and the truths that seep through despite our best efforts, a darkly comedic satire as strange and surreal as an onion pie.
About Jeremy: Jeremy T. Wilson grew up in the South but now lives near a great lake. He is a former winner of the Chicago Tribune's Nelson Algren Award for short fiction and the Hessman Trophy, presented by legendary principal Durward U. Hessman to the fifth grade student who could eat the most corn. He is the author of the short story collection Adult Teeth; his work has appeared in The Carolina Quarterly, The Florida Review, Jet Fuel Review, The Masters Review, Sonora Review, Third Coast, The Best Small Fictions 2020, and other publications. He prefers pie over cake, bourbon over scotch, and R.E.M. over U2.
About Tandem: Tandem is a gripping dark comedy about two lives that intersect in the most awful way possible. Andy Mozina's exquisite novel details the absurd lengths we go to in order to avoid uncomfortable truths. (And to cover up murder--although that's such a strong word, isn't it?) It's a mesmerizing book about the weight of guilt and the longing for justice--and the crazy things we do for love.
One of Electric Literature's 15 Must-Read Small Press Books for Fall 2023
About Andy Mozina: Born and raised in Milwaukee, Andy Mozina majored in economics at Northwestern, then dropped out of Harvard Law School to study literature and write. He's published fiction in Tin House, Ecotone, McSweeney's, The Southern Review, and elsewhere. His first story collection, The Women Were Leaving the Men, won the Great Lakes Colleges Association New Writers Award. Quality Snacks, his second collection, was a finalist for the Flannery O'Connor Prize. His first novel, Contrary Motion, was published by Spiegel & Grau/Penguin Random House. His fiction has received special citations in Best American Short Stories, Pushcart Prize, and New Stories from the Midwest. He's a professor of English at Kalamazoo College.