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Frankie Styne & The Silver Man

Magnets & Monsters

April 18, 2016

Kathy Page’s guest blog  on realism and the fantastic for fellow author Gail Anderson-Dargatz

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Spring Readings on the West Coast

March 27, 2016

 The snow has long ago melted (or never really settled) here on the West Coast, and the nights are longer, yet not so warm that you want to stay  out gardening: a perfect time for literary readings. I’m taking Frankie Styne and the Silver Man to some great local libraries and bookstores.  29th March, 7 […]

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Frankie does time travel

February 14, 2016

I  began work on Frankie Styne and the Silver Man in Norwich, in 1990, and it was inspired by both my  interest in  monsters and my living situation at the time: a terraced house, as it is called in England (row housing), with very thin walls.  Most of these houses were built in the late nineteenth […]

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Frankie Styne and the Silver Man

January 16, 2016

“Page’s imaginative powers are electric. She has the ability to analyze the often nightmarish qualities of the human psyche and as a result, Frankie Styne is a taut examination of the complex emotional ties that bind, the methods we employ to distance ourselves, and our ambiguous powers of imagination. She is at once poignant and […]

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“Exquisite writing:” a Kirkus starred review of Frankie Styne and the Silver Man

September 3, 2015
frankiestyneARCcoversmall KIRKUS REVIEW FRANKIE STYNE AND THE SILVER MAN by Kathy Page  A pulp-fiction writer, an unwed mother, and a couple with marital problems live as neighbors in connected town houses and correct course in their contiguous lives. Page (Alphabet, 2014, etc.) builds layers of meaning into her exquisite writing. Her favored themes are here—the stark […]

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Frankie Styne & the Silver Man

March 20, 2010
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 Here’s the original UK jacket for Frankie Styne and the Silver Man.  Biblioasis will be publishing this novel in Canada and the US in 2015/2016. Frankie Styne, the successful author of a series of gruesome killer novels,  has lived  at 125 Onley Street for many years. Meticulous and obsessive, he lives a life of isolation, […]

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