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Gregory Borse

Gregory Borse

Monticello, Arkansas

Gregory Borse has a Ph.D. in English and teaches literature, philosophy, & film at the University of Arkansas in Monticello. His influences include Chesterton, Tolkien, Lewis, Eco, & Michael Crichton.

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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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Update #39 - Another Setback July 3, 2019

Dear Incorruptibili,

It is with sadness and embarrassment that I write to you this update.  I have been informed that I was never really offered a publishing deal with A&M Publishing, the publisher of "The Meg."  What I was offered was an editing deal by which a representative that has worked for A&M (as an independent contractor) in the past offered to whip my book into to shape to make it ready for publication.  He did do what he offered to do and I am satisfied.  Toward the end of the editing process, however, he informed me that A&M had "nothing" to do with my book.  Color me totally embarrassed, as the contact (NOT "contract," CONTACT) was made through Publishizer under the A&M logo.  That I was offered an editing contract under another company name did not phase me since I thought it was just a step in a process that I admit I don't understand and that would lead to my being published by A&M.  I have been in contact with the author of "The Meg" and he assures me that that is not the case.  I don't think anyone attempted to misrepresent anything.  So, there you go.  So.  That means another delay.  I don't know how long it will be--but please continue your faith in this book and in this trilogy.  I know that you will not be disappointed.  I might have to launch it myself (which I have worked really hard not to have to do), but the publishing world is changing rapidly.  I'll keep you posted and thank you for your continued faith.  

With all my appreciation--

Gregory Borse, author, "The Incorruptibles"