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Ryan Werner and Michael Lambert are two Midwestern writers on a rock & roll style tour around the country. Carey Scott is a one-man machine gun with bullets made of love.
Let's read books and have a good time.
Ryan Werner is the author of the short short story collection Shake Away These Constant Days (Jersey Devil Press, 2012) and the story cycle Murmuration (Passenger Side Books, 2013). Of his work, Mary Miller (author of Big World and The Last Days of California) said, "Ryan writes with authority, skill, and passion, not only about the Midwest, but about youth and what it means to be young." His newest chapbook of short fiction is titled If There's Any Truth In a Northbound Train. His work has appeared in or is forthcoming in the Indiana Review, The Rumpus, Smokelong Quarterly, [PANK], BULL: Men's Fiction, Juked, and many other places of varying notoriety and popularity.
Michael Lambert lives and works in Wisconsin. In 2012 his work received the Thomas Hickey Creative Writing Award from the University of Wisconsin—Platteville and was nominated for the Carson Prize. Recent works have appeared in Driftless Review, Midwestern Gothic, and Mixed Fruit, among others. His first collection, Circumnavigation, (Red Bird Chapbooks, 2014), is dedicated to self-propelled travel in North America.
Carey Scott started from the bottom of the campfire. Now he's here.