Randall Silvis

Randall Silvis will sign and discuss Two Days Gone (Sourcebooks; $15.99)

Randall Silvis is the internationally acclaimed author of over a dozen novels, one story collection, and one book of narrative nonfiction. Also a prize-winning playwright, a produced screenwriter, and a prolific essayist, he has been published and produced in virtually every field and genre of creative writing. His numerous essays, articles, poems and short stories have appeared in the Discovery Channel magazines, The Writer, Prism International, Short Story International, Manoa, and numerous other online and print magazines. His work has been translated into 10 languages. 

Silvis’s many literary awards include two writing fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the prestigious Drue Heinz Literature Prize, a Fulbright Senior Scholar Research Award, six fellowships for his fiction, drama, and screenwriting from the Pennsylvania Council On the Arts, and an honorary Doctor of Letters degree awarded for “distinguished literary achievement.”

Event date: 

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 - 6:30pm

Event address: 

2342 Bissonnet St.
Houston, TX 77005
Two Days Gone (Ryan DeMarco Mystery #1) Cover Image
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ISBN: 9781492639732
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Published: Poisoned Pen Press - January 10th, 2017

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The perfect family. The perfect house. The perfect life. All gone now.


On Night's Shore (Edgar Allan Poe Mysteries) Cover Image
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Published: Sourcebooks Landmark - February 7th, 2017

"A master storyteller." -- New York Times Book Review

On Night's Shore brings us deep into the troubled psyche of Edgar Allan Poe and the power struggle between the sleazy underbelly and the business elite of nineteenth-century New York City.


Disquiet Heart (Edgar Allan Poe Mysteries) Cover Image
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ISBN: 9781492639794
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Published: Sourcebooks Landmark - February 7th, 2017

"A master storyteller." -- New York Times Book Review

Pittsburgh, 1847: A cholera epidemic rages, and young women are disappearing...

Poe is devastated by the death of his beloved wife and travels to Pittsburgh for a change of scenery, reuniting with Augie Dubbins, now a young man in search of adventure.