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Colin Winnette: Fondly and the I’m Yours Tour

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Colin Winnette, author of the forthcoming Fondly, a collection of two novellas, announced on his blog this week his preparations for a cross-country “I’m Yours” reading tour.

If you run a reading series, or if you have a friend who runs a reading series, or if you want to throw a house party, or if you want to rent out a bar, or if you own an amazing bookstore, or if you have a lot of friends who all ride the bus at the same time, and if you want me at any of these things, I’m Yours. Give me a date and a time and we’ll see what’s possible, is all I’m saying.

Winner of the Episode 47 of Literary Death Match, and a real stand out guy, Colin knows how to work a mic. Although he’s an award winning competitor, he’s glad to read as a team.

I’m a big fan of readings. Good readings, I mean. Bad readings are some of the worst and least comfortable things we subject ourselves to. But a good reading is a great thing, I think. I’ll be good at the readings. I’ll try to be great. I’ll bring friends when I can, and they’ll be great without even trying. My friends are really great.

 If you are interested in scheduling a reading with Colin, feel free to contact publicity assistant Abby Hess at abbyh@atticusbooks.net.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

SMALL COLINColin Winnette is the author of two other books, Revelation, a novel available from Mutable Sound, and Animal Collection, a collection of short stories available from Spork Press. He was the recipient of the 2012 Sonora Review’s Short Fiction Award, and his writing has appeared or is forthcoming in American Short Fiction, The Believer, and Hobart, among others. Colin lives in San Francisco.

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About Atticus Books

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