Wednesday, May 07, 2014
Steve Fox began work on his memoir Odyssey: Love and Terror in Greece, 1969 in a nonfiction workshop at the Taos Summer Writers' Conference. After seven years of writing, and two trips to Paris and Athens for research, Steve's book, out from Nighthawk Press, is described by John Nichols as "part high drama, part fumbling comedy, sort of like Austin Powers meets Z, a Costa-Gavras political thriller about the rightwing military coup in Athens. The book is a great page turner, a fast-paced yarn with no yawns and written with a fine combination of innocence and moxie."
We certainly can't wait to get our hands on a copy. Congratulations Steve!