Eli Silberman’s debut novel, E-Train to Masada, was released in early 2013 by TSG Productions, Inc.. In the story, a New York City advertising executive is asked to create a commercial for the President of the United States. Amid the turmoil of the sixties, Harry Lang begins to question the war and civilization itself. The novel features Madison Avenue, focus groups, religious zealots, and powerful figures in Hollywood and Washington DC, and takes a wry philosophical look at our values as a society.
Eli is a retired advertising executive who lives in Unionville, PA. Eli’s short story, The Great Neck Nazi Killer, was featured in Chester County Fiction, an anthology of Chester County writers that was published by Oermead Press. Eli is currently transforming that short story into a novella. Learn more at Eli Silberman’s website by clicking here.
UPDATE: PHOENIXVILLE RISING is available from Amazon. Click here.
We are thrilled to hear that Robb Cadigan‘s first novel is being published by Rodgers Forge Press in October, 2013. PHOENIXVILLE RISING is “a tale if rebirth and redemption, as rich and vibrant as the American town it portrays.” Robb has received advance praise for the novel from NYT best selling author William Lashner. See what Lashner says by clicking through to Robb’s website, and sign up for a chance to receive a free copy by joining the email list.
Robb’s short story, Baptism, was featured in Chester County Fiction, an anthology of Chester County writers that was published by Oermead Press.
Robb lives in Phoenixville, PA.
We’re excited to announce the release of Chester County Fiction. These sixteen stories from authors who live and work in Chester County, Pennsylvania, explore our common history and shared bonds. The collection includes stories about people in transition, struggling to find their place and peace in the community they live in. They are tales about love and loss, violence and heartbreak. The collection features brand new stories by: Virginia Beards, Jim Breslin, Robb Cadigan, Wayne Anthony Conaway, Peter Cunniffe, Michael Dolan, Ronald D. Giles, Terry Heyman, Joan Hill, Nicole Valentine, Jacob Asher Michael, Eli Silberman and Christine Yurick. Check out the book trailer:
Chester County Fiction is available at Chester County Book and Music Company, BookPlace, Willow on State, Wellington Square Bookshop and Amazon. Two book signings are scheduled in the coming weeks: Saturday, October 22nd, 1pm at Chester County Book Company and Sunday, November 6th at 4pm at BookPlace in Oxford, PA.