Russell Rowland on “The Write Question”

Bangtail author Russell Rowland talks with Cherie Newman on “The Write Question,” discussing and reading from his new novel, High and Inside. Airing over the airwaves tonight on Montana’s public radio stations, the online version can be found here. A wonderful book, and a great interview!

Thomas McIntyre Interviewed by Wyoming Public Radio

Thomas McIntyre, author of The Snow Leopard’s Tale, offers up a top-shelf interview for Wyoming Public Radio. If you have an extra five minutes, you could do a lot worse than spend it here


High and Inside, Early Reviews

The supporting blurbs are in for Russell Rowland’s High and Inside (release date, June 15). This is one of our favorite steps leading up to publication…when we start to see our appreciation for a book echoed by our community of respected peers and colleagues.

In addition to Leif Enger’s early blurb, Kim Barnes (author of In the Kingdom of Men), says, “You don’t have to love baseball to love this story about one (aging) boy of summer who is brought to a bittersweet reckoning with his past. I found myself laughing, cringing, and knuckling down…” And Alan Heathcock, author of Volt, says, “…an elegant and potent investigation of community and home, of healing and forgiveness…this wonderful novel is a grand slam of indelible characters and infectious drama, and a flat-out great read.”

Thank you to Leif Enger, Kim Barnes, and Alan Heathcock for these wonderful endorsements! And most of all, thanks to Russell Rowland for writing such a powerful work of fiction.






Sporting Classics Review


Josh Wolfe, over at “Sporting Classics Daily,” provides a sharp-eyed, well-written look at The Snow Leopard’s Tale. Thank you to Josh and Sporting Classics for the excellent notice!

“The Snow Leopard’s Tale,” Reviewed

Top shelf review from Matt Miller over at the Nature Conservancy; George Schaller on Tibet, and a look at Tom McIntyre’s “The Snow Leopard’s Tale.”


Thomas McIntyre Interviewed by Cherie Newman at “The Write Question.”

Thomas McIntyre, author of “The Snow Leopard’s Tale,” offers Cherie Newman at “The Write Question,” a top shelf interview, discussing the process behind the publication, what he hopes the reader might  take away from the reading, and why he didn’t want to write, “Fifty Shades of the Snow Leopard.”

The interview will air at the following times:

Meantime, it’s also available by clicking: here.

Visit “The Write Question” for more information.