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.
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?
Brian Payton talks to his US publisher about his novel The Wind Is Not a River.
RT @JB_MacKinnon: Congrats @DeborahCampbell, Weston @WritersTrust Prize for nonfic! (Secret FCC handshake to @cjtenove @thehappycity @johnv…
by @bapayton - one month ago
@pattymooney so glad to hear you're enjoying the read! Thanks for getting in touch.
by @bapayton - 3 months 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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RT @MillCreekLib: The Wind Is Not A River by @bapayton is the 2016 Whidbey Reads book. https://t.co/M0OqN4VDiv https://t.co/Bn2bfBFOU3
by @bapayton - 8 months ago
BrianPaytonWriter - one year ago
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Retweeted HarperAcademic (@HarperAcademic):
Dan Halpern, publisher of @eccobooks, will receive the 2015 Maxwell E. Perkins Award. An honor very well deserved! http://t.co/UORr7l5isF
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Wendy! So glad you enjoyed the read... https://t.co/NEsmjMkL78
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