Book Review: Island Fog by John Vanderslice

Island Fog
By: John Vanderslice
288 pages
Genre: Fiction/Short Stories
Publisher: Lavender Ink Press, 2014
Book Source: Author in exchange for an honest review

Island Fog is a collection of short stories set on Nantucket spanning 1795-2005. Each of the stories are connected by geography and theme.

An interesting blend of short stories, I enjoyed visiting Nantucket through different centuries and enjoyed the historical aspect of the book. So, I'm giving it...

About the author:

John teaches in the MFA program at the University of Central Arkansas, in Conway (about 30 miles north of Little Rock).  His fiction, poetry, and essays have appeared in Seattle ReviewLaurel ReviewSou’westerCrazyhorseSouthern Humanities Review1966Exquisite Corpse, and dozens of other journals.  He has also published short stories in several fiction anthologies, including Appalachian Voice, Redacted StoryChick for a DayThe Best of the First Line: Editors Picks 2002-2006, and Tartts: Incisive Fiction from Emerging Writers.

Author websites:

Creating Van Gogh

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