Welcome to my wesbite!
You can read the first chapters of my novels, as well as some recent short stories and articles I've written. I've also got photographs and videos - and more biographical information about me than you could probably ever want!
Please consider following me on Facebook. You will get the latest news about my activities and find out exactly what's up with me and my writing: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Richard-Zimler/179279892106230?fref=ts (I can't add any more friends because I've already reached the limit of 5,000.)
I've registered a few of my novels on Autograph.com, a site that allows readers to get their books electronically autographed (with a personal message) from authors. The site is: http://www.authorgraph.com/
The audiobook of "The Seventh Gate" is now available. Please go to the "News" section to read about it. By the way, a wonderful review of "The Seventh Gate" has come out from the Historical Novel Society: http://historicalnovelsociety.org/reviews/the-seventh-gate/ Please share this review with your friends. THANK YOU!
You can read the first chapter of the book here on my website. Just click on "Books" and then the cover of The Seventh Gate.
My article about my book tour in Poland to promote The Warsaw Anagrams is up at a great American website about writers and writing, Talking Writing: http://talkingwriting.com/a-tale-of-two-polands/ The article is getting interesting comments. If you read the piece, please consider writing something about it.
I've just written a new song for a project I'm doing with a musical duo from Porto, Moon(in)Motion. The song is about my brother who died in 1989 and is called "I Remember it was May": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrgKEFV569g&feature=plcp
I've also posted another song of mine that Moon(in)Motion will be recording, Our Love for the Life We Survive. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOgaH_yA8k8 The lyrics are there, too. Hope you like it.!
A wonderful review of The Seventh Gate just came out from the Historical Novel Society: http://historicalnovelsociety.org/reviews/the-seventh-gate/ Please share this review with your friends. THANK YOU!
The paperback of THE WARSAW ANAGRAMS has been out now for about a year! To see the cover, which is very different from the hardback, go here: http://www.amazon.com/The-Warsaw-Anagrams-Richard-Zimler/dp/1590208471/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1335290720&sr=8-2
THE WARSAW ANAGRAMS has recently been published in Holland (Karakter), Italy (Piemme) and Spain (Urano)! I would be grateful if you would tell your Dutch, Italian and Spanish-speaking friends about the book.
A wonderful review has just come out in La Repubblica in Rome. You can see it here: http://www.informazionecorretta.com/main.php?mediaId=&sez=80&id=43571 Please send the link to your Italian friends. Thank you.
Or, if they read English, you can send them this glorious review from the San Francisco Chronicle. You can read the entire review in the section News. Or you can go to the link:
The review includes this wonderful quote: "Author Richard Zimler has been deservedly called "an American Umberto Eco," and has his own high standards to live up to. With his latest novel, "The Warsaw Anagrams," he not only reaches those heights but thoroughly surpasses them. Equal parts riveting, heartbreaking, inspiring and intelligent, this mystery set in the most infamous Jewish ghetto of World War II deserves a place among the most important works of Holocaust literature."
A very good interview has come out in the Los Angeles Times. In it, I discuss my tour through Poland to promote the Polish edition of The Warsaw Anagrams. Here is the link: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/books/la-ca-1225-sirens-call-20111225,0,3341127.story
Another fine review has come out in the American magazine Booklist. It includes this great quote: "Zimler brings the dailiness of life in the ghetto—both its overwhelming horror and claustrophobia and its moments of startling humanity—to vivid, sometimes unbearable life, all in the context of a nightmare version of the classic locked-room mystery. Gripping and deeply disturbing."
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