Three Stories About Book Folk

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Once we learn to read for pleasure, we become "book folk." These three tales point out the humor and the pitfalls of pursuing the literary life.

A bookstore coffee klatsch turns into a battle of the sexes, two screenwriters retaliate after a snooty producer high hats them, and D.D.T. Mumford escapes the slush pile at his white shoe New York publishing firm by dumpster diving for a best-seller.

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Words: 9,970
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452372259
About Daniel Koehler

Daniel Koehler is the author of four novels, "Flyover Country" (2004), "The Sleeping Cab" (2006), "Unbankerly Behavior" (2008), and "Splitting Washington" (2010). His short pieces have appeared in The Best of Tales From the South, The Birmingham Arts Journal, New Works Review, BareBack Magazine, Inner Sins, The Rusty Nail, The Storyteller, The Harvard Bulletin, among others. Literary honors include finalist status in three international screenplay competitions and regional awards for his short stories.

Prior to his writing career, he pursued professional interests in New York City. He has written software used extensively in the financial sector. He attended Leopold-Franzens Universität in Innsbruck, Austria, and is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Harvard.

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Review by: Murray Edwards on Jan. 26, 2012 :
"Three Stories About Book Folk" was the perfect afternoon read on a cloudy January day. Breezy,funny,thought-provoking, and clever. Daniel Koehler can flat-out write!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Murray Edwards on Jan. 26, 2012 : (no rating)
"Three Stories About Book Folk" was the perfect afternoon read on a cloudy January day. Breezy, funny, thought-provoking, and clever. Daniel Koehler can flat-out write!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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