Michael Martone's most recent books are Four for a Quarter; Not Normal, Illinois: Peculiar Fiction from the Flyover; Racing in Place: Collages, Fragments, Postcards, Ruins, a collection of essays; and Double-wide, his collected early stories. Michael Martone, a memoir in contributor’s notes, Unconventions, Writing on Writing, and Rules of Thumb, edited with Susan Neville, were all published recently. He is also the author of The Blue Guide to Indiana, published by FC2. The University of Georgia Press published his book of essays, The Flatness and Other Landscapes, winner of the AWP Award for Nonfiction, in 2000.
Friday, 9/21—University of South Florida (Tampa)
Saturday, 9/22—Edison College (Ft Myers)
Monday, 9/24—Eckerd College (St. Petersburg)
Tuesday, 9/25—Valencia College (Orlando) and
Tuesday, 9/25 —College of Central Florida (Ocala)
Wednesday, 9/26—Flagler College (St Augustine)