Media coverage and selected trade reviews

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Recent coverage and reviews

For reviews and media coverage of The Cowboy and the Vampire Collection, including information on the Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2014 award, please click here.

The New Yorker Magazine: The Mail—A Novel Therapy (July 2018)

KBOO Community Radio—Live on-air interview with host Ken Jones. Listen here (July 2018)

Kirkus Reviews Magazine—Author interview. “Clark Hays and Kathleen McFall talk to us about taking on the publishing industry.” Read it here (June 2018)

The Shreveport Times/USA TodayThree excerpts of Bonnie and Clyde: Dam Nation: Excerpt 1: “Bonnie and Clyde survived as crime fighters;” Excerpt 2: “Bonnie wonders who really died in that shoot-out;” Excerpt 3: “Bonnie and Clyde save rather than slay a lawman.” (May 2018)

Oklahoma’s TulsaWorld—Feature article and author interview by Jimmie Tramel, ”Bonnie and Clyde died 84 years ago this month, or did they?” (May 2018)

The Oregonian—Bookmarks review by Amy Wang, “The scofflaws go to Nevada to figure out who's trying to sabotage Boulder (now Hoover) Dam and find themselves in a thicket of union organizing, corporate greed and anarchy.” Read it here (April 2018)

Historical_Fiction.com—Book review, “An intriguing what-if on a Depression-era subject that will inspire readers to do further research.” (April 2018)

The East Oregonian—Book review by Renee Struthers, “Dam Nation highlights the real-life turmoil of the 1930s as only Hays and McFall can­—shadowy intrigue, plenty of suspects and enough behind-the-scenes and under-the-covers action to keep the narrative sizzling along to the final page.” Read the full review here (March 2018)

Arizona Daily Sun/FlagLive—Feature article and author interview by MacKenzie Chase, “Dam Nation blends history and fantasy.” Read the article here (March 2018)

Nevada’s Boulder City Review—Feature article and author interview by Hali Bernstein Saylor, “From ‘Dam Nation’ to salvation; Authors’ twist on Bonnie, Clyde story brings them to Boulder City.” Read the article here (March 2018)

Montana’s The Whitehall Ledger—Feature article and author interview by Jack Smith. Read the story here (March 2018) 

Fresh Fiction—Book review of Bonnie and Clyde: Resurrection Road. “If you are a history buff, you will want to read this book.” Check it out here (February 2018)

Kirkus Reviews—Book review Bonnie and Clyde: Dam Nation. “A crisply written, well-researched, and thoroughly entertaining romance/thriller/mystery.” Read the full review here (February 2018)

The Independent Publisher magazine—Feature article “Fighting about writing? Writing tips from award-winning authors Clark Hays and Kathleen McFall.” Check it out here (January 2018)

Lone Star Literary Review—Book review. Read the full review here (December 2017)

Pennsylvania’s The Reading Eagle—Feature article by Ron Devlin, “Novel about Bonnie and Clyde takes the duo through Reading.” Read the full article here (October 2017)

Good Day, the magazine of The National Grange—Feature article and review of Resurrection Road. “The nearly million-member strong National Grange takes on a starring role as a secret organization defending American democracy and the working class.” Read the full article here (September 2017)

Oklahoma’s TulsaWorld—Author interview by Jimmie Tramel, "Pop culture: On 50th anniversary of the 'Bonnie and Clyde' movie, here's a what-if tale." (August 2017)

Suspense Magazine—Radio interview with John Raab. Listen here (June 2017)

The Shreveport Times/USA Today—Excerpts from Bonnie and Clyde: Resurrection Road, along with a dedicated landing page and video, “History Reimagined.” More than 35 regional newspapers in the USAToday network link to the Bonnie and Clyde: Resurrection Road landing page (June 2017)

The Midwest Book Review: Book review of Bonnie and Clyde: Resurrection Road. Read the full review here (June 2017)

The Oregonian—Bookmarks review of Bonnie and Clyde: Resurrection Road by Amy Wang, “A taut, fast-paced, and fun read while still focusing on serious topics like income inequality.” Read it here (May 2017)

The East Oregonian—Book review of Bonnie and Clyde: Resurrection Road by Renee Struthers. “As the rich get richer and the middle class becomes more desperate in present-day America, Resurrection Road is a timely reminder that sometimes the solution to a problem comes from the least likely source.” Read it here (April 2017)

IndieReader—Author interview, ”Clark Hays + Kathleen McFall on their “opposites-attract love story.” (April 2017)

Kirkus Reviews—Book review of Bonnie and Clyde: Resurrection Road, “Hays and McFall make their Depression-era tale timely with reflections on wealthy fat cats and a rigged economic system that still ring true. More than that, the story is an exciting ride, with tight corners, narrow escapes, and real romantic heat between Bonnie and Clyde. Outlaws become patriots in this imaginative, suspenseful what-if story.” Read the full review here. (March 2017)

The Cowboy and the Vampire: The Last Sunset is awarded a Silver Ippy Medal for horror, is a finalist in Foreword Indie Book of the Year and is among the books recognized as the best of 2016 by IndieReader (January-March 2017)

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