Interviews, Features, and Reviews

No Place Like Long Island gets local with Peter Rush and interviews him in advance of his appearance at Turn of the Corkscrew bookstore.

Leigh Holland added Wild World to her list of “Books I’d LOVE To Read If I Could Just Find The Time.”

Celticlady’s Reviews featured a spotlight of WILD WORLD.West of Mars does a one question interview with Peter Rush.

Just Books featured an excerpt from a pivotal moment in WILD WORLD when Steve meets Sergeant Durk, and the direction his life takes changes forever.

What Is That Book About shared an exclusive excerpt from WILD WORLD, where Steve turns to his former professor for help.

“Though Wild World is set in the ‘70s, it brings to light parallels between that era’s cultural and political climate and today’s tempestuous climate… Rush’s greatest strength as a writer is his celerity. He is able to transition from scene to scene swiftly, propelling the plot forward at a rapid rate.”– Wiki Lit

“The strength of Wild World is its focus, Steve is unflinching and nearly Job-like as he maneuvers not to just take down the corrupt but raise up the incorruptible.” – Misanthropester 

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