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David and Wayne Macauley discuss Wedding Bush Road and writing on the second half of the Published... or Not podcast back in May 2017. Listen and download the episode here.


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Listen to the podcast of David on Poets Cafe on KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles from August 16, 2017. Episode available here.


Read David Francis's interview in SoCal Magazine online here. They say of his writing, "Francis writes with a poetic flair, creating nuances that suck you into the moment."

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Wedding Bush Road gets reviewed in the Los Angeles Review of Books by Jean Hey. Read "The Land Down Under" here

"Wedding Bush Road envelopes us in a strange world where nothing can be taken for granted. This is a rich, beautifully textured novel, unforgettable in its setting and the people who live there. Along with Daniel, we blink in the white-hot sun, trying to soak it all in, and in the end, find ourselves reluctant to leave."


David Francis and Joshua Mohr, author of Sirens, join Barbara DeMarco-Barrett on her 'Writers on Writing' podcast to discuss their books and the writing process. Listen to the episode here.

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Fiona Gruber reviews Wedding Bush Road in the Australian Book Review. Read the preview of the full review online here, and purchase the issue here.

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Read an excerpt of Wedding Bush Road in Angel's Flight Literary West, along with an in-depth Q&A with the author.


The recording from David Francis and Jane Smiley's conversation at the L.A. Public Library's ALOUD series is now available for download here.

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Wedding Bush Road gets a write-up in the Kirkus Review.


David Francis sits down to chat about Wedding Bush Road with Andrea Arnold for Electric Lit. Read it online here.

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Wedding Bush Road is reviewed by Peter Pierce in The Australian. Pierce writes, "Wedding Bush Road is an accomplished, many-faceted novel, joining recent, distinguished portrayals of small town life, probing the fissures within families and the complex competition of individuals’ desires over control of disputed territories and opportunities. (...) the reward is a highly wrought narrative that resonates with moral ambiguity, and the imagination and intelligence to confront it."

Read the full review here.


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Candida Baker reviews Wedding Bush Road for The Sydney Morning Herald. Read it here.


David Francis and Wedding Bush Road are discussed in the Books section of The Sydney Morning Herald. Read it online here.

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