Gerald A. Browne Message Board

eyal posts on 1/1/2008 11:55:43 AM dear mr. browne, what ever became of the supposed 3 novels u were supposed to publish,-montana find,suish hitters, and the coitery? looking forword 4 them, an' wishing u a happy good year
Gerald A Browne posts on 12/30/2007 12:06:42 AM Thanks for all your kind words. In regards to a new book, there isn't to be one soon. Yes, as some of you have surmised, I am working on screenplay versions of West 47th and 19 Purchase Street. If all continues to go well both should be in theatres come next fall at the latest. Anyway, I just looked in to say hello. Keep the faith. GAB
Chandana posts on 11/1/2007 6:33:40 AM The only Gerald Browne book i've read so far is 19 purchase street. Love his style of writing. Love the book. Waiting to explore more of his work.. All the best for his future ventures!

blex posts on 3/4/2007 12:41:09 AM I think that is the book that Gerald wrote. Currently, I believe he is working with a big time director to get two of his books turned into movies.
posts on 9/23/2006 2:56:35 PM Bet I've read all his books. Am waiting for a new one. All are great and if you have read him, try just one.
posts on 8/24/2006 6:07:30 AM Thank you, Mr. Techmanski, for getting us back on track on this forum.
posts on 8/23/2006 9:07:59 PM As an avid reader of Browne's work, a teacher of British literature, and a writer myself of fiction, it is best to presume that all is well with the author. He need not have to explain his whereabouts or personal activities to any of us. However, as a fan of Mr. Browne's craft, one can only hope that the next great American novel is soon to be published for all of his readers to enjoy once again.
posts on 8/23/2006 3:28:30 PM Jabberwocky, indeed, Mr. Balbirer. Sorry if I offended you; it was intended 'tongue in cheek'. I yield to your substantiated doubts [but remain ever hopeful].
posts on 8/23/2006 1:58:44 PM I resent the unmitigated gall of this Hoover guy to refer to me as a "fungus". I have very real and substantiated doubts that Gerald Browne has posted on this board. What did you gain from that nonsensical attack, Mr. Hoover?
posts on 8/23/2006 11:19:32 AM I have read and own hardback and paperback copies of It's All Zoo, The Ravishers by Merle Lynn Browne, 11 Harrowhouse, Hazard, The Arousers by Merle Lynn Browne, Slide, Green Ice, 19 Purchase Street, Stone 588, Hot Siberian, 18mm Blues, and West 47th. I have The Arousers by Gerald A. Browne and The Ravishers by Gerald A. Browne in paperback only (word for word the same as the ones by MLB, including dedication). My hardback copies of 19 purchase Street and 18mm Blues are autographed, my hardback copy of It’s All Zoo has a personal inscription (not to me). If there are other books that you have written, please advise. My speculation on the non-appearance of a fresh novel is fueled by the selfish frustration of not being able to read a new story from you for the past ten years.
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