“Lovers of the short story, rejoice! There’s something for everyone in this anniversary collection . . . makes the argument that time and again, it is stories that save us.” —Booklist Published in March 2022 with Algonquin Books, in partnership with Selected Shorts, Small Odysseys captures the spirit of the long-time radio show & live […]
Hannah has a new short story (“Park & Play”) featured in The Nicotine Chronicles, an anthology edited by Lee Child and published by Akashic Books. To order a copy, go here. To listen to a sample of the audio book, go here.
The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley is now out in France. Published by Éditions Gallimard and translated by Mona de Pracontal. I am very grateful.
The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley has been picked as a Book to Watch in 2017 by Elle, The Millions, Nylon, Culture Fly, Book Riot, The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed and The Boston Globe.
Happy to be a new member of Penguin Random House’s Speaker’s Bureau. Click through to read about lectures, events. Warning: contains me.
In the U.K., The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley has been picked by Culture Fly as one of the top 10 Books to read in 2017, along with Neil Gaiman, George Saunders & One Story authors Susan Perabo & Emily Ruskovich.
The nice folks over at Virginia Quarterly Review interviewed me for their “Notes to Self” Section. I shared a few of my doodles.
Very happy to announce that my new novel, The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley, will be published by The Dial Press in March 2017, and by Tinder Press (UK) in April 2017. An excerpt ran in the Fall 2012 issue of Tin House and later in Best American Mystery Stories 2013.
I’ve got an essay in the new anthology TALES OF TWO CITIES, edited by John Freeman, illustrated by Molly Crabapple and released by OR Books (and now Penguin has put out a paperback). Proceeds support the non-profit Housing Works in their quest to end homelessness and AIDS.
For the past few weeks I’ve been the writer in residence at the Aspen Writer’s Foundation. I’m so grateful to the crack-team who brought me out and took care of me while I was there, the board for their support of the program, the community of Woody Creek who was so warm and welcoming, and […]