"The King of Methlehem" will be out in trade paperback in Spring 2008. Here's the proposed cover.
The German hardback of "The King of Methlehem" will also be out in the Spring of 2008. The German edition of "Never Mind Nirvana" continues to sell. Here's a picture from the reading in Berlin and a close shot of the pretty radio deejay reading. And here's the foreword to the German edition, written by filmmaker Sandra Nettelbeck. Because of the odd overseas success of NMN, Mark's German Publisher re-published Mark's first two novels, "Sad Movies" and "Carnival Desires."
It was several years ago that People magazine named Mark Lindquist as one of the "100 Most Eligible Bachelors" in the July 10, 2000 issue, along with Ben Affleck and a hockey player. Meanwhile, he still works as a deputy prosecuting attorney in Pierce County and lives near downtown Tacoma. He left his loft, which was Krist Novoselic's former loft, where he wrote "The King of Methlehem." He now lives in a house with his wife.
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