Reimagining my own history

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I discovered the term “re-imagined fiction” as a graduate student at Stonecoast, University of Southern Maine where I had the privilege to work with novelist Adam Braver, author of November 22, 1963 and Misfit, among others. Braver’s work extends beyond standard historical fiction. By re-imagining scenes and characters within an historical context, he creates an emotive underpinning to story using …

Braver’s ‘Misfit’ hits the target

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Back in 2010 Adam Braver was drafting another novel of re-imagined fiction. Having published three times in the genre (Divine Sarah, Mr. Lincoln’s Wars, November 22, 1963) Braver told me he was busy researching the last weekend of Marilyn Monroe’s life, July 27-29, 1962, when she visited Lake Tahoe as a guest of Frank Sinatra. The book was due out …