Review J. Patrick Redmond brilliantly recreates the disunion with the town of Fort Sackville, small-town roots, small-town bigotry, sometimes under the guise of piety and concern. There are parts that all of us can and will recognize, laughing out loud at some parts and crying at others . . . [It] will touch your heart. --Vincennes Sun-Commercial J. Patrick Redmond's Some Go Hungry is a story of reckoning. Like so many young gay men, Grey Daniels has to leave home to find himself--and he has to return home to rural Fort Sackville, Indiana, to confront a past of fear, homophobia, and murder. Redmond deftly weaves together Grey's return to his hometown and the family restaurant with the long-unsolved murder of a young gay man and the secrets and religious hypocrisy buried with it. Some Go Hungry will have you staying up late turning the pages. --Taylor M. Polites , author of The Rebel Wife Patrick Redmond weaves an intriguing tale of bigotry, religion, murder, and personal redemption in small-town America. He has the authentic voice of a born storyteller. --Jonathan Odell , author of Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League Some Go Hungry is a charming, well-paced, and thoroughly humane love story about a young gay man coming to terms with himself, his family, and the insular community in which the family's restaurant has been central for more than forty years. --Susan Scarf Merrell , author of Shirley Read more About the Author J. Patrick Redmond was born and raised in southern Indiana and recently returned to his home state after sixteen years of living in South Florida and teaching for the Miami-Dade County Public School System. He holds a BA in English from Florida International University in Miami and an MFA in creative writing and literature from Stony Brook University in Southampton, New York. He is a contributing blogger for the Huffington Post, and his writing has appeared in the NOH8 Campaign blog, the Southampton Review, and in the Barnes & Noble Review's Grin & Tonic. He is also the 2012 recipient of the Deborah Hecht Memorial Prize in Fiction. Some Go Hungry is his first novel, and when asked about it, Patrick says, It's about God, guns, gays, and green beans. Additional information is available at Jones is the award-winning author of five novels and a memoir. She teaches writing at two MFA programs and lives in New York City. Read more