Walter Kirn, MY MOTHER'S BIBLE, Byliner
About the Author: Walter Kirn is a novelist, essayist, and critic living in Livingston, Montana. He is the author of "Up in the Air", "Thumbsucker", and "Lost in the Meritocracy", among other books. He is the national correspondent for "The New Republic" and is at work on "Blood Will Out", a memoir of his ten-year friendship with the impostor and accused murderer who went by the name Clark Rockefeller.
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"My Mother's Bible" is available for $1.99 as a Kindle Single at Amazon, a Quick Read at Apple's iBookstore, a Nook Snap at BarnesAndNoble.com, a Short Read at Kobo, and at Google Play. For an Advance Reading Copy or to schedule an interview with Walter Kirn, please contact Clare Hertel at clare(at)byliner(dot)com; 505-474-6783.