“Brian Kimberling has written a hilarious novel about a man’s search for a home in a time and place—Prague, 1998—not at all conducive to the effort. Wonderful dialogue, endearing characters, and a deep sense of the historical forces at work combine in all the best ways to make Goulash delectable.” —Jessica Francis Kane, author of This Close and Rules for Visiting

Brian Kimberling grew up in Evansville, Indiana, and graduated from Indiana University. As a student he was involved in a major study of songbirds, an experience central to his first novel, Snapper. Subsequently he taught English in the Czech Republic, Mexico, and Turkey. He now lives in England.

Snapper, which won the inaugural Janklow & Nesbit Bath Spa Prize, will be published by Pantheon (US) on April 23, 2013, and by Tinder Press (UK) on May 9, 2013. Brian’s work has appeared in The New York Times, on NPR, and at Flavorwire, and elsewhere.

Brian is represented by Will Francis at the Janklow & Nesbit London office, and his publicists are Josefine Kals (US) (jkals@randomhouse.com) and Samantha Eades (UK) (sam.eades@headline.co.uk).