Gregory Borse is an Associate Professor of English and Philosophy at a small university in a large university system in the Midwest. He has previously published an anthology on World Literature (Other Canons: A Selection of Non-Western Literary Masterpieces, FountainHead, 2012) as well as a chapter on Hitchcock's "Psycho" and Stephen Frear's "The Grifters." He has presented on Shakespeare, Jane Austen, William Faulkner, as well as the Oral and the Literate in the Age of the Internet. He is married and resides with his wife and some of his children (those who have yet to reach escape velocity) and a very smart heterochromiatic Border Collie, appropriately named Bowie. The Incorruptibles is his first novel.
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I just wanted to check in and let you know that my manuscript has been assigned an editor at Isabella Media and I am currently awaiting the first round of suggestions. The process is taking some time because the manuscript is a hefty 108K words long and, as proud as I am of its polish, I'm sure that it needs some editing/proofreading from another set of eyes to bring it to perfection!
I'll send another update when the manuscript is back in my hands. Be assured that I will get my work done with it with all due diligence and speed! In the meantime, we will be looking at graphic design options for the cover--and, the good news there is that I have full say regarding the cover and all other elements of the book's "final look," and that is not always the case with book contracts, so I'm quite pleased about that.
Stay tuned--you'll be hearing from me again soon!
Gregory Borse, author