J Thomas Brown
J Thomas Brown’s novel, The Land of Three Houses, begins where he lived as a boy with his family at Sterner’s Mill in the Tohickon Valley of Bucks County Pennsylvania. His home was taken by eminent domain to create Nockamixon State Park and was demolished. The remains of covered bridges, stone farmhouses, settlers’ graves, and the Indian Cave, now lie below the surface of Lake Nockamixon. The Land of Three Houses brings the history of the Tohickon Valley and the land beneath the lake back to life.
Mr. Brown served as poetry coordinator at the Richmond Public Library and co-produced Chin’s Happy Writing Show on public access TV. His short stories have appeared in The Zoo Fence and The Scarlet Leaf Review. He is a contributor to Everywhere Stories: Short Fiction from a Small Planet, and River City Poetry Anthology: Lingering in the Margins. The Hole in the Bone, a historical adventure fantasy in Xinjiang, was publsihed in December 2018. A collection of short fiction and poems, Dreams of Dreams, is in pre-release.
He is a member of James River Writers in Richmond, Virginia, Virginia Writers Club, and WriterHouse in Charlottesville, Virginia.
More information at www.jthomasbrown.com