Aug 23, 2012
The last novel took him 17 years to finish. Fans ask: will this one take as long? "I hope not, because I won't have 3 books in me. Odds are I'll be dead," says Doug Shiloh. Check in with the American novelist who's on Twitter and publishing new work.
Aug 04, 2012
His first novel, about the story of an ex-Olympian, was published in 2008. Over the span of a week, Doug Shiloh has published three stories and making a splash on the Internet.
Aug 02, 2012
The newest work by American writer Doug Shiloh is a parody of Nobel prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway. But where many parodies come from a disdain toward its subject, Shiloh is a fan of the writer known as "Papa."
Mar 04, 2012
It's definitely a golden age in publishing for author and audience alike, what with the advancements in technology such as e-books and mp3s. The success of a new audio mp3 short story has prompted the author of Pookoo to plan for an audio CD.
Feb 16, 2012
The funny but sad tale of Chicago's lovable mascot, Lenny the Lobster, hits the Internet February 23rd at WordPlaySound.com, a new monthly magazine out of Chicago.
Feb 16, 2012
Love mp3s? So do we. Love fiction? Pod casts and iTunes? You're in luck. Just in time for 2012 is a hot new Chicago-based web site, WordPlaySound.com. The latest issue of this monthly publication is out February 23rd, 2012.
Jan 25, 2012
The first new short story published in a year by American writer Doug Shiloh makes its appearance in Canada's Zouch magazine in late January. To celebrate this fun piece of fiction, Shiloh will record an mp3 of the tale for his fans.
Jan 10, 2012
By the looks of the video, this novel seems a natural to be a movie someday. At turns hilarious and dark, the first book trailer for the novel "Pookoo" by Doug Shiloh hits the web and the target is YouTube.
Jan 08, 2012
The Canadian publication ZOUCH will publish a new Doug Shiloh short story in January titled "The Paparazzo."
Dec 26, 2011
Merry Christmas? Not really. Happy New Year? You doubt it. Yes, sounds like you've got the holiday blues. You've heard too many Christmas tunes? Or maybe you need a new job. You need something for your holiday hangover. This novel might be the cure.