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Keith R. Fentonmiller

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When not wearing my fiction writer hat, I practice consumer protection law in Washington, D.C. Rest assured your tax dollars are hard at work as I battle marketers of "modern miracles" like weight-loss earrings and penile-enhancing herbs. (Please let me know if you spot an ad for penile enhancement earrings.)

I graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in philosophy, which, surprisingly, did not qualify me for gainful employment. In short, it was on to graduate school. Well, almost. I spent a year touring with a professional comedy troupe, writing and performing sketch comedy at colleges in the Mid-Atlantic States. After that frolic and detour, it was a blur of law school, falling in love, cats, marriage, a dog, children, a fis
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Keith R. Fentonmiller Hi, Sean. Thank you for your condolences. Losing Bay is a horrific thing. I think about her all the time, including when I write. Although I haven't w…moreHi, Sean. Thank you for your condolences. Losing Bay is a horrific thing. I think about her all the time, including when I write. Although I haven't written songs or poetry, I have channeled the experience into a short novel I just finished. I doubt I would have written it, or written it in the way that I did, had Bay not died. That story involves a grandmother-granddaughter relationship and the ultimately-futile lengths the grandmother goes to save her granddaughter from certain doom.(less)
Keith R. Fentonmiller Hi, Shawn Thanks for your interest in Cursed Hat. FYI I am splitting that book in two and adding a bunch of material. It will become Books 2 and 3 of …moreHi, Shawn Thanks for your interest in Cursed Hat. FYI I am splitting that book in two and adding a bunch of material. It will become Books 2 and 3 of my Water Nymph Gospel Series. The grandmother-granddaughter book I referred to is a novel in that same series, though not technically a sequel. I will be sending it to my editor soon. As to Viktor Frankl, yes, I am very familiar with his work. Man in Search of Meaning and logotherapy are foundational to my personal philosophy and creative work. (less)
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“I’d rather be lucky than good.’ [Baseball player] Lefty Gomez said that, and I live and breathe that fortune-dwelling, fuzzy-dice-dangling creed. I was fantastically lucky to be taken in by Montag Press and its extraordinary managing editor, Charlie Franco. But I’m also a bit of a research freak and I'm convinced that homework helped me set up a situation where luck could flash and ignite. I spent an inordinate amount of time researching small and independent imprints. Here I reveal the flip side of thinking that any hours spent researching literary agents is wasted (in my unwashed opinion) while time spent reading and learning about quality independent publishers is essential. It’s the best and only way to identify the little houses in that vibrant village that might be just right for your own book. (Interview with Ruuf Wangersen on sevencircumstances.com)”
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