Ellen Birkett Morris

Ellen Birkett Morris

Ellen Birkett Morris is an award-winning, multi-genre writer based in Louisville, Kentucky. Morris is the author of LOST GIRLS, a short story collection, which Kirkus Reviews called "A varied set of tales from a skilled practitioner of the short form." Her fiction has appeared in Shenandoah, Antioch Review, Notre Dame Review, South Carolina Review, Fiction Southeast, Santa Fe Literary Review, and Upstreet, among other journals. https://ellenbirkettmorris.ink/index.html
The Collector’s Apprentice by B A Shapiro

The Collector’s Apprentice by B A Shapiro

The Collectors Apprentice, B A Shapiro, Algonquin Books – Art, history, romance, murder, and a cast of characters that includes Henri Matisse, Gertrude Stein, and Picasso propel B.A. Shapiro’s latest novel, The Collector’s Apprentice.

Awayland Creates a Geography of the Imagination

Awayland Creates a Geography of the Imagination

Awayland, Ramona Ausubel, Random House – A mother fades into the mist, a lonely Cyclops tries online dating, a young boy looking for direction takes a job in Turkey and ends up comforting a grieving widow, mummified animals robbed from Egyptian pyramids offer their “thanks.”

Write for the Pleasure of It Advises Coster

Write for the Pleasure of It Advises Coster

Halsey Street, Naima Coster, Amazon – Naima Coster’s debut novel HALSEY STREET is a story of estrangement and reconciliation that follows the effects of gentrification on the life of a family and the Brooklyn neighborhood where they reside.  

White Houses Offers an Engaging Portrait of Love

White Houses Offers an Engaging Portrait of Love

Author Interview: White Houses, Amy Bloom, Random House – Amy Bloom’s novel White Houses is a compelling fictive exploration of the love affair between Eleanor Roosevelt and journalist Lorena Hickok. This is Bloom’s first book of historical fiction. The novel belies the common narrative of Eleanor Roosevelt as a woman who was disappointed in marriage and became an asexual being.