I've ordered a copy of Koenig's Little Odessa on the strength of it.
From: John Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, May 11, 2009 8:14:17 PM
Subject: Re: RARA-AVIS: Joseph Koenig
> Did a search and was surprised to not find any posts about this
> writer--I just discovered him a few months ago and he's pretty hard
> so far I've read Floater, Smuggler's Notch, Little Odessa, and my
> favorite ( I would love it just for the title) Bride of Blood.
> This is set in Iran--I guess didn't get much attention in 1995, but
> feels really topical now.
Koenig's an interesting lost writer and thanks for reminding me of Bride
of Blood which is overdue a re-read - I remember enjoying a lot. I
interviewed him twenty years ago for Into The Badlands, and a very
strange fellow he was too, if you're interested you can read the
interview here - http://fivepubs. googlepages. com/newmexico
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