A THOUSAND FLYING THINGS is  a Foreword Indies Finalist! 

Foreword Reviews read over 2,400 entries spanning 55 genres poured in for consideration. Selected by Foreword’s editorial team, the Finalists now await judgment from teams of librarian and bookseller judges nationwide. I’m a finalist in the War & Military category, “in which the primary action takes place in a field of armed combat, or in a…

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Review: After Camus 

Both an homage to Camus and a commentary on the complex world humanity must still navigate today, Jay Neugeboren’s new novel After Camus is to be savored by Camus fans, French literature lovers, and literary writers alike. And for those who traversed France in their youth, it may bring back memories to savor.  Jay Neugeboren’s most recent…

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Shortlisted by Chanticleer International Book Awards

hemingway awards

I’m proud that every literary competition I’ve submitted my latest novel A THOUSAND FLYING THINGS to has given me recognition. The latest is Chanticleer, which shortlisted my novel for its 2023 Hemingway Book Awards. I’m on a list with some mighty fine writers and am now in the running for semi-finalist. Named for Hemingway, these…

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I’m a Sarton Award Finalist

I’m also honored to be one of six novelists who are finalists for the Sarton Award. This award is special to me because I read everything Sarton wrote that I could find. Here’s a little about her, her story, and what she stood for. It also features my favorite of her poems, which stood by…

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Read My Essay at Evening Street Review

My essay is now available online in Evening Street Review!  All of the links are available from this page, where it is also possibleto order copies:https://eveningstreetpress.com/product/evening-street-review-number-40-winter-2023/ I’m excited for you to read it. It’s on page 50, and called “Tamng My Words.” It might be the bravest and most self-relfective essay I’ve ever written. There’s more to…

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A Place on the (Literary Fiction) Shelf

Thank you to Midwest Book Reviews for a special place on their Literary Fiction Shelf. The review will be archived for the next five years! This review will also appear in the Cengage Learning, Gale interactive CD-ROM series “Book Review Index” which is published four times yearly for academic, corporate, and public library systems. “The personal and political inspections that evolve…

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Recent Praise for A Thousand Flying Things

“Ramsperger’s portrayal of the ravages of South Sudan is heartbreakingly vivid, resulting in a moving but unsentimental portrait of one nation’s anguish. Dianna is a compelling character as a pragmatic veteran of humanitarian work in Africa who still hopes for the best…. An exceedingly thoughtful reflection,…A quietly meditative and insightful novel.” — Kirkus Reviews

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A Thousand Flying Things Book Review on Authorsreading.com

It’s not often that a review compares you to your favorite author. Thank you David J. for saying, “Ramsperger’s writing style is reminiscent of Barbara Kingsolver’s. She expertly interweaves real-life events into a captivating narrative that showcases a resilient and empowering female protagonist.” I am both humbled and grateful.  “A Thousand Flying Things” by Kathryn…

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Another Review for A Thousand Flying Things

Thank you Diane Donovan for this wonderful review. Diane has her own literary services and reviews books for her own website (Donovan’s Literary Services) and for Midwest Review of Books. I’m delighted to be featured on both. A Thousand Flying Things Kathryn Brown Ramsperger TouchPoint Press 978-1956851649                          $16.99 Paper/$8.99 ebook Set in the early…

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