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Atticus Authors Take the Mid-Atlantic by Storm

Our authors are on a mission to get out there and spread the good word when it comes to their good works (of literature, that is). Last month, Alex Kudera (Fight for Your Long Day) and Eric D. Goodman (Tracks: A Novel in Stories) set out across Pennsylvania and our home state of Maryland, stopping in at indie bookstores across the mid-Atlantic. Our authors’ pilgrimage included stops at Farley’s Bookshop in New Hope, PA, Robin’s Books and Moonstone Arts Center in Philly, The Ivy Bookshop in Baltimore, and our own local indie, Novel Places in Clarksburg, Maryland. Check out the photos to follow our authors on their literary adventure.

Alex Kudera reads from his academic satire, Fight for Your Long Day, at Novel Places.

Eric D. Goodman discusses his novel-in-stories, Tracks, at Novel Places.

An author campout outside Farley's Bookshop in New Hope, PA

Alex Kudera fights for his long day on the streets of New Hope.

Thanks to the folks at Farley's for this beautiful display of Atticus titles and their unflagging support of small presses!

When you're working for change, an eye-opening book and a little vino go a long way (at Robin's Books and Moonstone Arts Center).

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About Libby O'Neill

Libby O'Neill is Managing Editor of Atticus Review, as well as this journal's deadbeat granddaddy, the independent press Atticus Books.

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