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FRANK HOPKINS: This writer gets down to the details.

FRANK HOPKINS: This writer gets down to the details.

FRANK HOPKINS is an indie author from the Eastern Shore of Maryland. He picked up his pen in graduate school at the University of Maryland, where he earned his Ph.D in Economics in 1971. He continued along the path of academics when he took a position with then State University of New York in Binghamton (now Binghamton University) where he wrote technical economic research papers and a monograph on the U.S. industrial system. He began writing fiction after retiring and moving to coastal Delaware. He published Unplanned Choices - his first novel - in 2013 and then followed it up with his second novel, in 2014, titled The Opportunity. His most recent work is a collection of short stories titled The First Time


Frank reads an excerpt from a story from his new collection, First Time.

Frank reads an excerpt from a story from his new collection, First Time.

Unplanned Choices
By Frank Hopkins
The Opportunity
By Frank E Hopkins
First Time
$13.00
By Frank Hopkins
JOSH DAVIS: Journalist by day, poet by night

JOSH DAVIS: Journalist by day, poet by night

MELISSA REDDISH: For fiction that turns your head, just take a read (and a re-read) of these stories.

MELISSA REDDISH: For fiction that turns your head, just take a read (and a re-read) of these stories.

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