Hannah Tinti & One Story

May 21, 2017
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

This Week: Hannah Tinti reads from her novel, The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley
And contributors to the award-winning magazine, One Story

Allison Amend is the author of the novels Enchanted Islands, A Nearly Perfect Copy and Stations West, which was a finalist for the 2011 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature and the Oklahoma Book Award. She is also the author of the Independent Publisher’s Award-winning short story collection Things That Pass for Love. She lives in New York City, where she teaches creative writing.

Charles Bock is the author of the novel Alice & Oliver, which is recently out in paperback, Beautiful Children, which was selected by the New York Times as a Notable Book of the Year, and also won the Sue Kaufman Prize for First Fiction from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.  His fiction and nonfiction has appeared in Harper’s, the New York Times, Los Angeles, Times, AGNI, the Iowa Review, and many anthologies.  He has received fellowships from the Civitella Ranieri foundation, Yaddo, UCross, and the Vermont Studio Center.  He lives with his wife and daughter in Brooklyn.

Scott Cheshire is the author of the novel High as the Horses’ Bridles, a Washington Post Best Book of 2014. His work has been published in AGNI, Electric Literature, Guernica, Harper’s, One Story, and the Picador Book of Men. He is a managing editor at The Scofield and lives in New York City.

Hannah Tinti’s short story collection, Animal Crackers, has sold in sixteen countries and was a runner-up for the PEN/Hemingway award. Her bestselling novel, The Good Thief, is a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, recipient of the American Library Association’s Alex Award and winner of The Center for Fiction’s First Novel Prize. Her new novel, The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley, is an indie next bestseller and has been optioned for television. Hannah is also co-founder and executive editor of One Story magazine, which has been awarded the PEN/Magid Award for Excellence in Editing and the AWP Award for Best Small Press, among other prizes. She lives in Gowanus, Brooklyn.

Suzanne Dottino - Sunday Night Fiction Curator: Contact: suzannedottino@gmail.com

About the Series: KGB Bar Sunday Night Fiction

The KGB Bar Sunday Night Fiction showcases the finest in contemporary fiction from new and emerging writers.


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