The life of the domesticated old Bull, rendered in paint.
A collaboration between Steven Sherrill and musician Harold Taddy renders the Bull’s narrative through sound and song.
Sixteen years have passed since Steven Sherrill first introduced “M,” the selfsame Minotaur from Greek mythology, transplanted to the modern American South, in the critically acclaimed The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break. Since the book’s publication, it has been translated into eight languages.
In 2011, Neil Gaiman selected this work of contemporary Americana as one of five books for his initial line of audiobooks for Audible.com’s “Neil Gaiman Presents.” The novel also made The Wall Street Journal’s list of the “Five Best Novels Not About Humans” and The Telegraph’s list of the “10 Best Food and Drink Books of All Time.” This fall, Steven Sherrill is bringing M back for a sequel.
Tickled pink to announce that my novel, The Minotaur Takes His Own Sweet Time, was accepted by John F. Blair Publisher, for release in the fall of 2016.
These are the folks who did such a lovely job with my first Minotaur. It feels like returning to some ancestral home.
More details and silliness to follow as things develop. Peace & Banjos.