Book Signing at Jane Addams Book Shop in Champaign
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His short stories have been published in Crosscurrents, Old Hickory Review, the Piedmont Literary Review, the Minotaur, Snapdragon, Four Quarters, FlashFiction, Quick Fiction, Bear River Review and Inside Running. In the summer of 1999, he was awarded a professional artist residency at the OxBow Summer Arts Program for the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Saugatuck, Michigan, during which portions of A Life Without Grace were written.
A Life Without Grace is available on amazon.com.
Probably better to post the full text of this message (which is self-promotion) in the Hobnob group, and if anything, just a cross-post without details in the Chicagoans group. Though even the cross-post could be against the TOS, best to read up on that.
The key issue for me is the wording (third-person): your post makes it sound as though dinga1949 and John McNamara are different people. Different personages, or personae, is quite possible, but the two are not different people -- it smacks of deception, willful or not.
Good luck with the signing, as I mentioned in another thread, the book sounds interesting.
I must say, though, that I used to go to Champaign once or twice a year for professional meetings (since changed to Springfield), and would always stop in at Jane Addams. I'm glad to know that they are still around - always a worry with independent book shops these days.