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A Shared Voice: Finalist for Book of the Year, Short Story Category

I was honored to be asked to create the cover painting for this collection of short stories featuring writers from Texas and the Carolinas. Now the collection is receiving critical notice. See the good news below:

From the press release:
National magazine selects A SHARED VOICE in its search for the best indie books of 2013.

Foreword Reviews, the only review magazine solely dedicated to discovering new indie books, announced the finalists for its 16th Annual Book of the Year Awards. Each year, Foreword shines a light on a small group of indie authors and publishers whose groundbreaking work stands out from the crowd.

A Shared Voice

A SHARED VOICE, the innovative fiction anthology co-edited by USCA English professors Tom Mack and Andrew Geyer and published by Lamar University Press, is a finalist for the 2013
Book of the Year Awards in the short story category. In the next two months, a panel of over 100 librarians and booksellers will determine the winners of these prestigious awards. A celebration of the winners will take place during the American Library Association Annual Conference in Las Vegas in June.