James Bernard Frost is the author of the novel World Leader Pretend, and the award-winning travel guide The Artichoke Trail. His fiction and nonfiction has been published in many places, including the San Francisco Examiner, the San Francisco Bay Guardian, and Wired. He lives in Portland, Oregon, with the author Kerry Cohen, their four children, the rain, the freaks, and the trees. His bike is currently in disrepair.
James Bernard Frost has given us the best novel, ever, about this strange underground world of misfits and heroes.
- Chuck Palahniuk
- Author of Tell-All
A Very Minor Prophet is the story of how Barth Flynn, a barista swimming upstream against purposelessness in Portland, Oregon, becomes the faithful scribe of Joseph Patrick Booker. Booker is a dwarf preacher who serves Voodoo donuts, Stumptown coffee, and, while his congregation throws PBR cans...Forward
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Jody Seay talks with James Bernard Frost about his novel, A Very Minor Prophet.
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Hawthorne Books is thrilled to announce that Rocking Stone Media has optioned the film rights to James Bernard Frost’s novel, A Very Minor Prophet. Rocking Stone is owned by producer Mayne Berke...Forward
Hawthorne Books is excited to announce its partnership with ICM and Rocking Stone Media. I have before me the fabulous opportunity to work with agent Ron Bernstein and production designer turned...Forward
James Bernard Frost guest blogs for Chuck Sambuchino at Writer’s Digest:
Recently, I put on an event called The Literary Gong Show at an infamous watering hole in Portland, Oregon called Dante’s...Forward
A holiday party all about books? Finally, one that’s worth attending!
Holiday parties are great in theory. What could be better than cider, chestnuts, and cheer to brighten anyone’s mood and...Forward
If you want to jump on board with the latest social media craze, joining Pinterest is the way to go. It is a virtual “pinboard” where people can post pictures of the things that they love...Forward