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“From the mountain lakes of the Colorado Rockies to cobbled streets of Spain, this fascinating collection of short stories never disappoints. A Field Guide to Murder and Fly Fishing is a collection you’ll be happy to get lost in.” — Ploughshares
“These stories bristle with energy and immediacy. The writing is spare and meticulous and packs a hefty emotional punch. I am not exaggerating when I say this collection kept me up at nights. I just couldn’t stop reading.” — Addison Independent
“Tim Weed proves himself a skilled creator of a sense of place . . . each story deposits one definitively into a geography, of mind and map.” — The Boston Globe
On this site you can read the latest updates & reviews, check out some of the short stories and essays, and get information on upcoming events: readings, talks, lectures, book events, workshops, and travel programs.
On the press page, you’ll find links to print and radio interviews, profiles, articles about Tim and his work, and high-resolution images. If you’re interested in getting in touch for any reason, send Tim a note here.
Tim’s first novel, Will Poole’s Island, set in 17th century Connecticut and Nantucket and published by Namelos Editions in 2014, was selected for the Bank Street College of Education’s list of Best Books of the Year. You can order your hardcover, paperback, or Kindle copy from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or your own local bookstore.
“Immersive . . . This riveting portrayal of early Colonial New England shines a speculative but compelling light on the time and place.” — Kirkus Reviews
“Weed writes colorfully and with feeling . . . Will Poole’s Island does several things and does them well. It is a sweet coming-of-age story, a riveting adventure tale, an insightful analysis of a difficult time in American history and an eloquent plea for understanding among all peoples.” — The Recorder (Greenfield, Mass)
“It’s been so long since I felt like a little girl in love with books again. Treasure Island, Island of the Blue Dolphins, The Yearling, lazing around on a spot of sunshine totally engrossed in this other, historical world, that’s how I feel about Will Poole’s Island.” — Suzanne Kingsbury, author of The Summer Fletcher Greel Loved Me
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