There’s now an interview relating to my novel Hard as Kerosene up on the Peace Corps Worldwide site. The book is published through the Peace Corps Writers imprint that is part of the Peace Corps Worldwide project of John Coyne and Marian Haley Beil. It allows those of us who want to publish our stories (fiction and fact) based on our Peace Corps experiences without having to go through traditional publishing processes. Peace Corps Writers is perfect for someone like me, who is not trying to be a writer of fiction but who does believe there is a story to be told.
While I am on the subject, I should link to One Hand Does Not Catch a Buffalo, the volume I edited in Jane Albritton’s series of four books of essays by Returned Peace Corps Volunteers for the 50th anniversary of Peace Corps. They are published by Travelers’ Tales and, to my mind, provide the best picture of the first half century of Peace Corps that one will ever find.