Art Edwards's second novel, Ghost Notes, released in 2008 on Defunct Press, won the 2009 PODBRAM Award for best work of contemporary fiction. Art also released his first solo CD, Songs from Memory, in 2008, and his first audio book, Ghost Notes, a unique combination of music and spoken word, in 2009.
Art published his first novel, Stuck Outside of Phoenix, in 2003. The book received several positive reviews, and it was nominated for the Star Program, a marketing support program offered to select iUniverse titles that sell at least 500 copies. In 2008, Art reissued Stuck Outside of Phoenix on Defunct Press.
Art lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife, Raquel.
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Stuck Outside of Phoenix
by Art Edwards
Approx. 42,230 words.
Published on February 24, 2010.
Josh “Hote” Hotle, twenty-one-year-old bass player, wants to get the hell out of Phoenix. It's 1990, one year before Seattle’s grunge music scene breaks nationwide, and Hote longs to escape to the rainy Northwest. His car is packed with all of his things, he is ready to go. One easy right turn onto the freeway and Hote's a free man. But a funny thing happens on the way out of town.
by Art Edwards
Approx. 56,790 words.
Published on February 19, 2010.
A bass player ready to jump ship from his mega-band, a drifter who hasn’t seen his son for twenty years, a sixteen-year-old high school dropout who’s going to rock the world come hell or high water, what melodies will pour forth from these rock ‘n’ roll hearts?
Ghost Notes won the 2009 PODBRAM Award for Best Work of Contemporary Fiction.
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