Letters From Inside: The Best of Mike Maggio

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Product Details
Price
$17.99
Publisher
Vine Leaves Press
Publish Date
Pages
296
Dimensions
5.0 X 7.0 X 0.67 inches | 0.62 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781925965223
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About the Author
Mike Maggio has published fiction, poetry, travel and reviews in many national and international publications including Potomac Review, The L.A. Weekly, The Washington CityPaper, the Washington Independent Review of Books, the Jordan Times and Arabesques. His novel, The Wizard and the White House, was released in 2014 by Little Feather Books, and his novella, The Appointment, was published by Vine Leaves Press in 2017. He is a graduate of George Mason University's MFA program and is the Northern Regional Vice-President of the Poetry Society of Virginia. Mike loves to hear from readers. Visit the author: www.mikemaggio.net.
Reviews

"'They make things big in America, ' is a phrase from 'The Old Olive Tree, ' a story worthy of Saroyan and one of 21 in Mike Maggio's vibrant collection, Letters from Inside. Maggio makes a big splash with this book, a most welcome yet quiet one, undulating ripples of deep and careful prose from the inside of the heart. Listen carefully as you read." Rafael Alvarez, Author, Journalist, and Television Writer

"Letters From Inside is a treasure chest of a book. Each story is different. A few are Kafkaesque. Sometimes Mike Maggio writes like a weaver or sculptor. Sometimes he is simply a magician when it comes to words. Letters From Inside is a collection of twenty-one stories that should be given a home on every bookshelf." E. Ethelbert Miller, Host of On The Margin WPFW 89.3 FM and author of If God Invented Baseball

"Mike Maggio's latest collection of short stories displays his talent, once again, for voice, scenario and characterization. What a delight it is to read these intricate portrayals--often reminiscent of folk tales with an ironic, frequently moral bite." Nathan Leslie, Author of Hurry Up and Relax and Best Small Fictions Series Editor