On the River, Down Where They Found Willy Brown

The story of an immigrant boy who’s caught up in a race riot and lynching, based on events surrounding the Omaha Race Riot of 1919. While trying to find a safe place in the world after being exiled from his home during a global war, Karel Miihlstein is caught in a singular historical moment and one of America’s most tragic episodes.

English. 50 pages. ISBN: 978-3-937158-87-7.
Order from Edition Solitude here on their web site, or look for On the River at the following independent bookstores:

Omaha, Nebraska

Jackson Street Booksellers 1119 Jackson Street. (402) 341-2664.

Solid Jackson Books 3925 Farnam Street. (402) 614-2883.

The Bookworm 2501 S 90th Street. (402) 392-2877.

Lincoln, Nebraska

Indigo Bridge Books 701 P Street, The Creamery Building. (402) 477-7770.

Austin, Texas

Malvern Books 613 W. 29th Street. (512) 322-2097.

Chicago, Illinois

Quimby’s Bookstore 1854 W. North Ave. (773) 342-0910.

Des Moines, Iowa

Beaverdale Books 2629 Beaver Ave. (515) 279-5400.

Fruita, Colorado

Lithic Bookstore & Gallery 138 South Park Square. (435) 724-7387.

Seattle, Washington

Left Bank Books 92 Pike Street. (206) 622-0195.

Paris, France

Shakespeare & Company 37 Rue de la Bûcherie. 00 33 (0) 1 43 25 40 93.

Montreal, Quebec

Argo Bookshop 1915 Ste. Catherine W. 1-514-931-3442.

Vancouver, British Columbia

Spartacus Books 3378 Findlay Street. 1-604-688-6138.

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