On DIALOGUE Today! Susan Wingate interviews Jeffrey Somers

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Award-winning, #1 Amazon bestselling author, Susan Wingate discusses books and writing with other authors and industry professionals.

On today's show, Susan welcomes Jeffrey Somers, author of CHUM, the story of love, liquor, and death. Rumor is it’s an unofficial sequel to Lifers and there might be some cross-over.

Jeff Somers was born in Jersey City, New Jersey and regrets nothing. He is the author of the Avery Cates series of novels published by Orbit Books and The Ustari Cycle books Trickster and Fabricator (Pocket Books). He sold his first novel at age 16 to a tiny publisher in California which quickly went out of business and has spent the last two decades assuring potential publishers that this was a coincidence. Jeff publishes a zine called The Inner Swine and has also published a few dozen short stories; his story “Ringing the Changes” was selected for Best American Mystery Stories 2006, edited by Scott Turow and his story “Sift, Almost Invisible, Through” appeared in the anthology Crimes by Moonlight, published by Berkley Hardcover and edited by Charlaine Harris. His guitar playing is a plague upon his household and his lovely wife The Duchess is convinced he would wither and die if left to his own devices.

 

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