Review: Ronlyn Domingue’s new novel, The Chronicle of Secret Riven

Reviewed by Wyatt Hanson The second book in the Keeper of Tales Trilogy, The Chronicle of Secret Riven by volume 3 contributor Ronlyn Domingue, is fascinating both in the story it tells and its execution. Although it might be classified as a fantasy, set as it is in a faraway kingdom of magic, the novel does not quite follow what has become expected from the … Continue reading Review: Ronlyn Domingue’s new novel, The Chronicle of Secret Riven

Interview: Joseph Haske on his debut novel, North Dixie Highway

Interviewed by Mary McMyne, fiction editor Joseph Haske, whose excellent story “Bear Hunt” was the first acceptance for our Vol. 4 Michigan and Ontario writers feature, published his debut novel, North Dixie Highway, today with Texas Review Press.  A layered look at revenge and the deep ties of blood and family, the novel is set largely in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan and named after the Dixie … Continue reading Interview: Joseph Haske on his debut novel, North Dixie Highway