Live at Wordstock:
Listen to Hannah Tinti on State of Wonder

This past November Hannah took part in Wordstock, a literary festival in Portland, OR, and was interviewed live on stage by the public radio program State of Wonder. Click below to listen to Hannah discuss Greek myths, greasy poles, learning how to be vulnerable, and how she wrote The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley.

Paste Magazine:
Best 30 Books of 2017

PASTE MAGAZINE: BEST 30 BOOKS OF 2017 (SO FAR)

The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley by Hannah Tinti

In the nine years since her debut novel, The Good Thief, was published, Hannah Tinti has crafted another masterpiece. The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley explores a captivating father-daughter relationship, weaving the pair’s saga through two narrative timelines. The first follows a young girl named Loo as she comes of age in a small Massachusetts town. The second reveals her father’s past through 12 stories chronicling the events that led to his 12 bullet wounds. The result is a fascinating literary thriller, with Tinti building the tension as both timelines count down to the final gunshot.
—Frannie Jackson