by Douglas Cowie on 7 March 2011

Douglas Cowie was born in Elmhurst, Illinois in 1977. He graduated from Colgate University in 1999, and studied for both an MA and PhD at the University of East Anglia. He is the author of Owen Noone and the Marauder (Canongate 2005), Sing for Life: Tin Pan Alley (Black Hill Press 2013), Sing for Life: Away, You Rolling River (Black Hill Press 2014), as well as various short stories and essays. He teaches in the Department of English at Royal Holloway, University of London.

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Maggie Csarman March 24, 2015 at 16:44

this is Maggie from Austria (the very small country in the middle of Europe). One week ago I found your book “Owen Noone and the Marauder” among others with reduced price in a shop for books, papers and things like that.
I like your book – although I´m generally not interested in novels which narrate about glory days of a rockband. But I have to admit that your story rendered me uncertain, and I don´t know exactly why…
Why did Owen disappear? And what will happen with Brian?
I´m just interested in your ideas; I hope I´ll get an answer from you and perhaps get that uncertain feeling out of my mind.
Best regards,

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