Brian Payton has written for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and Boston Globe. He lives with his wife in Vancouver, Canada.
Brian Payton talks to his US publisher about his novel The Wind Is Not a River.
The Wind Is Not a River is set during World War II in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands amidst the only battle to take place on U.S. soil. Could you tell us a little about this historic occupation?
RT @Nancy_Pearl: I guess I have to believe this is really happening.😀 https://t.co/3DtmB82K1T
by @bapayton - 6 months ago
RT @JB_MacKinnon: "A historic advance against climate change is threatened with reversal." #climate
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RT @JB_MacKinnon: Congrats @DeborahCampbell, Weston @WritersTrust Prize for nonfic! (Secret FCC handshake to @cjtenove @thehappycity @johnv…
by @bapayton - 11 months ago
@pattymooney so glad to hear you're enjoying the read! Thanks for getting in touch.
by @bapayton - one year ago
RT @pattymooney: @bapayton I just started reading "The Wind is Not a River" and LOVE LOVE LOVE it. Now taking it to read on stationary cycl…
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by @BrianPaytonWriter - 2 years ago
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It is officially happening right now - we are fighting...
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The paradox of Patagonia’s anti-growth marketing strategy, ...
Wendy! So glad you enjoyed the read... https://t.co/NEsmjMkL78
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