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Coffeetown Press
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5.0 X 8.0 X 0.49 inches | 0.4 pounds
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About the Author

Michael Landweber grew up in Madison, WI, went to school in Princeton, NJ and Ann Arbor, MI, met his wife in Tokyo and currently lives with her and their two children in Washington, DC. He has worked at The Japan Times, the Associated Press, the U.S. Department of State, Partnership for a Secure America and the Small Business Administration. Mike is an Associate Editor at Potomac Review and a contributor on film and TV for Pop Matters. His short stories have appeared in places such as Gargoyle, Barrelhouse, American Literary Review, Fugue, Fourteen Hills, and The MacGuffin. For We, Mike won ForeWord Magazine's quarterly Debut Novelist Award. We is also a 2014 Finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award for Short Prose and Independent Books as well as a finalist for the ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Award in the General Fiction category. More on Mike can be found at


"Landweber apparently approached this project with a go-big-or-go-home attitude. He aimed high and hit the mark, pulling off a fusion of literary novel and psychological drama."
--Tom Young, The Washington Independent Review of Books
"We is a family story at its heart, wrapped in a suspenseful, gripping, and totally original sci fi narrative. The unforgettable double consciousness will keep you up reading until the emotionally gratifying end."

--Jessica Anya Blau, author of The Wonder Bread Summer

"What if we could change the past? What if the past didn't necessarily want to change? Michael Landweber's We is part sci-fi concept novel, part psychological thriller with literary edges: Landweber deftly weaves time travel, Jungian psychology, and the butterfly effect into a suspenseful but also emotionally engaging novel."

--Jen Michalski, author of The Tide King

"We is a captivating, genre-bending psychological mystery that's equal parts It's a Wonderful Life and The Twilight Zone."

--Dave Housley, author of Ryan Seacrest is Famous