International Bon Vivant and Raconteur (nick_kaufmann) wrote,
International Bon Vivant and Raconteur

Big In Canada, Part One

Nicholas Kaufmann is one of those incredibly talented authors who doesn’t produce nearly enough material. I know this because I’ve already devoured everything I could find of Kaufmann’s work and I’m still hungry for more. The first Kaufmann book I ever read was the novella, General Slocum’s Gold (published by Burning Effigy Press), and I became an immediate fan. ChiZine Publications published another short book by Kaufmann called Chasing the Dragon that I would also recommend. My own Christmas wish is that we’ll see a Nick Kaufmann novel sometime soon. -- Ian Rogers, author of Temporary Monsters, The Ash Angels, and Black-Eyed Kids

(I'd point him toward Walk In Shadows and Hunt at World's End, but right now the former is out of print and the latter is currently only available as an eBook, though it's scheduled to be re-released sometime next year as a trade paperback, provided Dorchester doesn't go belly up first.)
Tags: chasing the dragon, gabriel hunt, general slocum's gold, walk in shadows, writing
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