North of Onhava

Official Website of Novelist and Screenwriter James Greer

Category: reading in public is scary

Halloween Reading

  I will have the great pleasure of reading with some of Los Angeles’ best writers, including Joe Donnelly and Antonia Crane, among several others, at Slake Magazine‘s Halloween ┬áReading at the coolest AND the hottest new LA-area bookstore,┬áPop-Hop Books & Print in Hancock Park. The address is on the poster above. The date is […]

Against The Day

I was at a dinner party recently at which I met a Famous novelist, who told a story about meeting the Very Famous novelist Thomas Pynchon, who I’m sure you know has a reputation for being, shall we say, a very private person. He doesn’t give interviews. He doesn’t do readings. It’s big news when […]

Last Nite

 People having fun (in theory) Saturday evening, January 22, 2011, there occurred a launch party for Slake Issue 2 “Crossing Over.” Slake is a literary magazine but it’s as big as a book if not bigger, certainly bigger than my books tend to be because I am a very slow writer. And it has art […]