Hi dear friends, if you’ve read UberChef USA, I’d love to hear from you! Here is the link to Goodreads & thank you: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/50689499-berchef-usa?ac=1&from_search=true&qid=1h4PfohZqb&rank=1&fbclid=IwAR1-GH7wKCjXN9I4yNClr3sBklohcf2TlfE8WoWSXuDdMuenmqAebalgzz0
Is up and running! You can order ÜberChef USA and any other fantastic Spork Press book here: http://sporkpress.com/ Publishers Richard Siken and Drew Burk are rock stars. Come see what they’ve got!
In between writing, I deliver food around New York City to those in need. Stay safe, all. And if you’re looking for something to do, UberChef USA is available on Amazon everywhere! Take your own surreal journey
Excerpt from my second novel now up at Across The Margin. Thank you, editors! https://acrossthemargin.com/from-a-room-above-a-mexican-cafe/
THANKS TO LENNY DELLA ROCCA AT THE SOUTH FLORIDA POETRY JOURNAL FOR THE INTERVIEW: https://www.southfloridapoetryjournal.com/interview-with-a-poet.html?fbclid=IwAR1kmycMILI_DcaTDw5YeVFknmNpiWhV8GyZ-jYpiq_UDJ1JLAC2Nd6KRKs
Carrie Radna5.0 out of 5 stars ÜberChef USA is entertaining and rollicking I’ve read Jennifer Juneau’s novel twice; I loved it that much! Entertaining and rollicking, its surrealistic/sensational plot contains notes of Vonnegut’s “Slaughterhouse-Five”, reality TV cooking competitions, an ongoing murder-mystery unfolding in the soap opera taping in the studio next door, and memorable characters, like …
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By Charles Rammelkamp Jennifer Juneau’s debut novel is a real riot. A mash-up of reality television shows – principally cooking competitions a la Gordon Ramsey, but with a nod to Survivor as well as disaster movies – the novel also confronts the eternal questions, does art imitate life, does…