Monday, April 11, 2011

A Fishing Novel: Brook Trout and the Writing Life

Author Craig Nova intermingles tales of fishing, family and writing in Brook Trout and the Writing Life. This exceptional book will appeal to anglers, fathers, daughters, writers, and readers of outdoor adventures.

Described in the book are the rivers and streams of  New England, with fishing for brook trout being the central theme. The author began Brook Trout and the Writing Life as a letter to his children, but it soon became an essay on American family life in the modern age.

Craig Nova is the award-winning author of twelve novels, including The Good Son, Cruisers, The Congressman’s Daughter, Trombone, and most recently, The Informer, published by Shaye Areheart Books. His writing has appeared in Esquire, The Paris Review, The New York Times Magazine, and Men’s Journal, among other publications.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for your recent post about Craig Nova’s book, Brook Trout and the Writing Life. The link on your post refers to an out-of print edition.

    A new, expanded edition of Brook Trout and the Writing Life by Craig Nova is available in paperback and e-book. (Eno Publishers, May 2011) through
    Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Brook-Trout-Writing-Life-Intermingling/dp/0982077149;
    Eno Publishers: www.enopublishers.org;
    and other on-line and brick and mortar stores. The new book includes a foreword by Ann Beattie, a new introduction by Nova and several additional fish tales.

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