Geoffrey Riley of NPR’s Jefferson Exchange interviewed me about THE BONANZA KING this morning. You can listen to a podcast of the interview here, or else click on the image below.
Dean Karayanis of the History Author Show interviewed me about THE BONANZA KING. Here’s the podcast, which Dean posted this morning.
“It makes a poor man sick to look at it,” he said.
Mining.com excerpted this from THE BONANZA KING: “The Big Bonanza: The richest mineral discovery in American history.”
Here’s Noozhawk of Santa Barbara on THE BONANZA KING, by Kimberly Collins.
“Rags to Riches: Former Goleta resident tells the story of John Mackay and the Comstock Lode in new book” by Brett Leigh Dicks, the Santa Barbara News-Press, June 27, 2018. Click here for the article, or on the images below to enlarge for easier reading.
John and Louise Mackay at the coronation of Czar Alexander III in Moscow in 1883—an excerpt from THE BONANZA KING published in The American Scholar. To read it, click here or on the image below.
While I was in Phoenix for THE BONANZA KING event at Changing Hands Bookstore in Tempe, I was interviewed by Ted Simons for the PBS program “Arizona Horizon.” Click here or on the image below to watch the broadcast.
Fun interview! Here’s “An immigrant alters U.S.’s destiny,” Irish Echo, June 20, 2018.
They asked me about THE BONANZA KING, my writing process, advice I’d give to young writers, and about my favorite books and authors.
“Mark Twain’s Real Name: How Sam Clemens Picked a Pen Name,” an excerpt from THE BONANZA KING.
Click here to read the full story: “Buried Treasure: California author Gregory Crouch digs deep into Wild West history,” Alta, Journal of Alta California, June 18, 2018, by Beth Spotswood.