If you weren’t able to tune in to Wrfl 88.1 FM Radio Free Lexington, on Tuesday morning, July 30th, at 10:00 a.m. for The Bindle with Brian L. Frye, you can now listen to his interview with local Lexington, Kentucky, poet and novelist, Tasha Cotter, about her debut novel Us, in Pieces, co-authored with Christopher Green.

“Us, in Pieces is a daring and wildly imaginative novel, a coming-of-age story that is both timely and timeless.” —Hannah Pittard, author of Visible Empire and Listen to Me

TASHA COTTER is the author of three books of poetry. A graduate of the University of Kentucky and the Bluegrass Writers Studio, she makes her home in Lexington, Kentucky where she works in higher education and serves as the president of the Kentucky State Poetry Society. You can find her online at www.tashacotter.com or on twitter at @tashcotter.

CHRISTOPHER GREEN is an English teacher in the Bronx, where he tries very hard to convince his kids to care more about high school than he did. He has published pieces in many print and online journals including The Baltimore Review, The Ampersand Review, The MacGuffin, and The Rumpus, as well as in New York series such as Liars’ League NYC. He currently lives in Manhattan with a cat named T.S. Eliot. He is a graduate of Centre College in Danville, Kentucky.

BRIAN L. FRYE is a law professor (IP, PR, nonprofits, art law, legal history) at the University of Kentucky College of Law, film maker, host of “The Bindle” (Wrfl.fm) and of “Ipse Dixit,” a podcast on legal scholarship. 

While writing Us, in Pieces, Tasha and Christopher developed a Spotify playlist. Check it out!

Us, in Pieces is available from the publisher Shadelandhouse Modern Press and from online and book and mortar bookstores.

Tasha Cotter, poet and novelist, at Joesph-Beth Booksellers, Lexington, Kentucky, signing copies of Us, in Pieces, her debut novel with Christopher Green

Check out Tasha’s upcoming book events.