Book Covers: Work Edited and/or Published by Richard Thomas
Posted on January 31, 2014 Leave a Comment
I wanted to start a list of the beautiful book covers that I’ve either edited or published or both. I hope you enjoy the art and if you want more information, I’ve included links to Amazon, for those books that are already on the website. They are in reverse chronological order. UPDATED: July, 2016 Scratch […]
My review of My Only Wife by Jac Jemc is now live at The Nervous Breakdown.
Posted on August 13, 2012 Leave a Comment
If you are looking for a unique voice, then you’ve found it. Jac Jemc has a poet’s heart, and she brings that POV to her longer fiction. My Only Wife (Dzanc Books) is a haunting, touching and ultimately unsettling novel. I loved it. For the full review, head over to The Nervous Breakdown. Also, Dzanc […]
Complete list of book reviews by Richard Thomas
Posted on November 23, 2011 Leave a Comment
This is a list of all of my current, live book reviews. It is in reverse chronological order by web site. Last updated 3/22/15. Entropy Ugly Girls by Lindsay Hunter Bird Box by Josh Malerman Spent by Antonia Crane The Nervous Breakdown In the House Upon the Dirt Between the Lake and the Woods by […]
My guest post about Black Tickets by Jayne Anne Phillips is now live at the Emerging Writers Network for Short Story Month.
Posted on May 5, 2011 Leave a Comment
I was recently introduced to Black Tickets by Jayne Anne Phillips by my professor, Dale Ray Phillips (no relation) at Murray State University. I’m getting my MFA down there and he thought the story “Home” might help me with one of my stories for my thesis. I wasn’t expecting this work to resonate with me […]
Posted on October 14, 2009 2 Comments
QUICKIES! Chicago – October 13, 2009: JAC JEMC ELIZABETH WYLDER BEN TANZER KATE DUVA CAROLINE PICARD AARON PLASEK GRAY CASEY BYE ZACH DODSON RICHARD THOMAS AARON BURCH BLAKE BUTLER AMELIA GRAY Wow, so what a great night. I was thrilled when Mary and Lindsay invited me to read at QUICKIES! Chicago, but little did I […]