Douglas Trevor has been awarded the Balcones Fiction Prize for Girls I Know, which final judge, acclaimed writer Carolyn Osborn called “a contemporary answer to meaningless violence and, at the same time, hope for a reasonable future.” [more]

Affecting novel of love, coming-of-age and theistic ontology…As much a love song sung to Boston as a conventional novel, and a welcome debut.”

Kirkus Reviews (see the full review)

This impressive first novel grew out of an award-winning short story of the same name by University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Professor Trevor (The Thin Tear in the Fabric of Space) . . . [An] affecting and smoothly written debut novel.”

Publishers Weekly (see the full review)

Publishers Weekly hails The Bookie’s Son by Andrew Goldstein as “a powerful debut.” (May 2012)

Andrew Goldstein speaks with WCVB TV’s Chronicle about The Bookie’s Son and Sixoneseven Books (March 2012).

Michelle Toth compares and contrasts indie publishing with big-six and small press publishing in this Poets & Writers article. (August 2011)