Monthly Archives: February 2014

Necessary Fiction essay on researching my novel

FOOTNOTESFOOTNOTESFOOTNOTES by Scott Navicky in Research Notes Our Research Notes series invites authors to describe their research for a recent book, with “research” defined as broadly as they like. This week, Scott Navicky writes about Humboldt: Or, the Power of Positive Thinking from CCLaP Publishing. When … Continue reading

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Scott Navicky reads from Humboldt: Or, The Power of Positive Thinking in New Orleans (XI)

This is my final New Orleans video. I’m standing next to the Ignatius J. Reilly statue on Canal Street between Bourbon and Dauphine. This video was shot during my third day in the city, which explains why I’m looking (and … Continue reading

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Review of Death to the Bullshit Artists of South Texas by Fernando A. Flores

Being a member of CCLaP’s extended family, I fully expected to enjoy reading Fernando A. Flores’ Death to the Bullshit Artists of South Texas. After all, it’s not uncommon for writers who are published by the same press, like artists … Continue reading

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Scott Navicky reads from Humboldt: Or, The Power of Positive Thinking in New Orleans (X)

Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop is one of the oldest buildings in New Orleans, as well as one of the oldest continually operated bars in the country.

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Q & A with Chicago Literati

Scott Navicky, author of the brilliant new novel Humboldt, in conversation with Abby Sheaffer  By Abby Sheaffer, Wednesday at 1:34 pm Before you read this interview, I have to ask you to do one very important thing: GO BUY HUMBOLDT! Scott Navicky’s debut novel … Continue reading

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Scott Navicky reads from Humboldt: Or, The Power of Positive Thinking in New Orleans (IX)

The phrase “Death by Lawyer” is play on Rosalind’s advice in As You Like It to “die by attorney.”

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After twelve months of editing, proofing, & fretting…

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