All posts tagged Ed McClanahan


Ed McClanahan Kickstarter Update: Write Home, Send Money. Deadline July 17

BY ED MCCLANAHAN DEAR McCLANAFANS:  WRITE HOME, SEND MONEY! First, now that I’ve got your attention, I need to thank all those  handsome men and beautiful women who have already generously  contributed to our McClanamania Kickstarter project, and to assure  […]

Continue Reading...

Author Ed McClanahan’s new Kickstarter project

Kentucky author Ed McClanahan  (The Natural Man, Congress of Wonders, Famous People I Have Known, I Just Hitched In From the Coast) has a new project hitting Kickstarter

Ed McClanahan Reader hits shelves

This article appears on page 6 of the October 13 print edition of Ace.  It is the author's narrative behind-the-scenes of his new book. photo by Ace: the Author

McClanafan (Ed McClanahan) 11.20.2008 part2


Ed McClanahan, O the Clear Moment

View PDF Ace coverstory, 11.20.2008 Dog Loves Ellie (from) O the Clear Moment by Ed McClanahan [The following is excerpted from Ed McClanahan’s new book, O the Clear Moment (Counterpoint). Some of

A Foreign Correspondence: by Ed McClanahan

Ace January 31, 2002 In the summer of 1984, temporarily flush from the sale of the movie rights to my first book, I treated myself, my wife, our

Ed McClanahan: Grandma Jess’s Easy East Rolls

BY ED MCCLANAHAN My mother--Grandma Jess, my kids called her--died on August 29,1996. She was 88, happy and healthy, living independently among friends and family, still driving her own

BOOKS: My Vita If You Will, by Ed McClanahan

Ace, November 25, 1998 My Vita If You Will by Ed McClanahan. Counterpoint. Reviewed by P. Michael Campbell. Ed McClanahan was one of the Merry Pranksters riding on the

Counterpoint Releases Ed McClanahan’s New Fiction: A Congress of Wonders

It's been a long wait between books for fans of Ed McClanahan. His 1983 debut effort, The Natural Man, was published to great critical and popular acclaim, and

Ed McClanahan’s The Congress of Wonders: Filmmaking in Lexington

November 1994 BY BRAD BECKER A crew pitched a carnival tent outside Lexington just over a year ago. My editor suggested I take advantage of a chance to get

All contents © Ace Weekly, Lexington, KY. All rights reserved. No part of this service may be reproduced in any form without the express written permission of Ace Weekly, except that an individual may download and/or forward articles via email to a reasonable number of recipients for personal, non-commercial purposes.

Powered & Maintained by SunAnt Interactive