Because authors are basically paid to put words in the mouths of other (often non-existent) people, it seems perfectly reasonable that Bill Roorbach held an imaginary dinner party to celebrate his upcoming novel, The Remedy for Love. Obviously. The “guests” are real people, but then Bill gathered them and these questions together for this dinnerContinue reading

When it rains, it pours. When it snows, it’s the Storm of the Century. And when the good news started coming in for Bill Roorbach’s The Remedy for Love this week, we got out our big snow shovel (the one we used for North Carolina’s freakish February storms this year) to gather up all theContinue reading

Here are excerpts from the Algonquin Reader essays by Lin Enger, Bill Roorbach and Brock Clarke: The High Divide by Lin Enger:  “In 1883 my great-grandfather, a Norwegian immigrant, arrived in Dakota Territory to homestead 160 acres of rolling prairie. A year later, according to family legend, the last wild buffalo east of the JamesContinue reading

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