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Thank You, Howard Frank Mosher, For Your Friendship And The Inspiration Of Your Life’s Work

Yesterday, I was reading The True Account: A Novel of the Lewis & Clark & Kinneson Expeditions, one of couple of Howard Frank Mosher novels I hadn’t yet gotten around to, when I received word that the author, and my … Continue reading

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A Visit With the Great Howard Frank Mosher

My wife Patricia Smith and I paid a visit to one of our favorite novelists, Howard Frank Mosher, at his rambling farmhouse in Vermont’s remote Northeast Kingdom this week. Howard and his wife Phillis were perfect hosts, treating us to … Continue reading

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The Great Howard Frank Mosher Raves About “Cliff Walk”

Howard Frank Mosher has long been one of my favorite writers. I love the quirky characters, the vivid Northern New England settings, and the allegorical plots in books such as On Kingdom Mountain and Waiting for Teddy Williams. So when … Continue reading

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A Fine New Memoir by the Great Howard Frank Mosher

Howard Frank Mosher’s new memoir, The Great Northern Express, is a must read for anyone who cares about good writing and the writing life. Mosher has long been among my very favorite novelists, one of the few authors I actually … Continue reading

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Howard Frank Mosher Calls “Rogue Island” Both A Teriffic Literary Thriller And A Serious Work of Fiction

Howard Frank Mosher has long been one of my favorite writers. I loved his latest novel, “Walking to Gatlinburg,” and I consider “Waiting for Teddy Williams” a masterpiece. So I was both thrilled by and grateful for what he wrote … Continue reading

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