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Some Go Hungry: Killing Queers in Indiana

“Killing Queers in Indiana” is an adaptation from J. Patrick Redmond’s novel Some Go Hungry, a work of fiction inspired by true events, published by Kaylie Jones Books, an imprint of Akashic Books. “I was 17 years old. I too was gay, in the closet, and struggling with my sexual orientation. Robbie’s murder terrified me […]

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Some Go Hungry is a Must Read Book for Spring

Originally posted on Kaylie Jones Books:
J. Patrick Redmond’s debut novel Some Go Hungry makes the “Must Read Books for Spring.”at Florida Agenda http://floridaagenda.com/entertainment/must-read-books-for-spring The Bay Area Reporter put Some Go Hungry in their Spring 2016 bookcase. “Bay Area Reporter is the nation’s oldest and highest circulation LGBT news weekly serving San Francisco’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and…

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“Some Go Hungry paints an indelible portrait of Everytown, USA”

Originally posted on Kaylie Jones Books:
Check out the ARC review of Some Go Hungry by J. Patrick Redmond coming May 3, 2016! My Review- Some Go Hungry By DAVID ROSE J Patrick Redmond knows suffering. In Some Go Hungry, Redmond’s brilliant roman a clef, suffering is dissected and examined in each of its conjoined…

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“A Conversation on Writing”

Originally posted on Kaylie Jones Books:
MAY 16, 2016: A Conversation on Writing with J. Patrick Redmond and Kaylie Jones Interested in writing and publishing? Consider attending this free event at Florida SouthWestern State College! Monday, May 16 from 6-8 p.m. Fort Myers, FL Room J-117/118 on Thomas Edison (Lee) Campus Sponsored by FSW Writes!

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Some Go Hungry is an extension of the same hypocrisy and religious bigotry Jones wrote about so long ago.

Originally posted on jamesjonesliterarysociety:
By J. Patrick Redmond James Jones often said that what a writer does is he fools with the facts. In his second novel, Some Came Running, inspired by his hometown of Robinson, Illinois, Jones shines a light into the dark undercurrent of hypocrisy and religious bigotry in the fictional town of Parkman,…

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