Phillip Hurst's writing has appeared in publications such as The Missouri Review, River Teeth: A Journal of Nonfiction Narrative, Reed Magazine, Cimarron Review, and The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review. His book of narrative nonfiction, The Land of Ale and Gloom: Discovering the Pacific Northwest, is forthcoming from Unsolicited Press. A novel, Regent's of Paris, is forthcoming from Regal House Publishing. He lives in Oregon.
"Whiskey Boys is beautifully written, a joyous,
heartbreaking, and in the end serious book. "--Steve Harvey, judge,
2021 Monadnock Essay Collection Contest, and author of Folly
"Warning: you will want to read these seventeen essays straight, as though they were shots lined up on the bar waiting to be slammed. But whatever your pace and tolerance, Whiskey Boys, like a fine bourbon, should be savored."--Andrew Malan Milward, author of Jayhawker: On History, Home, and Basketball