"In these beautiful stories, you'll see yourself staring right back, mouthing the words, 'Keep turning the pages. It'll be okay--maybe not now, but someday.'" ~ Michael J Seidlinger, author of Standard Loneliness Package & My Pet Serial Killer · In Elucidations, a young girl searches for more than her missing mother. As the seasons change, she begins to learn the nature of rebirth.
About the Author
Beth Hahn studied art and English at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the University of Pennsylvania and fiction at Sarah Lawrence College. She attended Bread Loaf, and was in residence at the Ragdale Foundation and the Wellstone Center in the Redwoods. Her work has appeared in Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, Writer’s Digest, Necessary Fiction, The Hawai‘i Review, The South Carolina Review, and The Emrys Journal. The Singing Bone (Regan Arts, 2016) is her first novel, and she is at work on A Person of the World, a novel based on the final year of Elizabeth Short’s (The Black Dahlia) life. Beth teaches Wednesday night fiction workshops at The Hudson Valley Writers’ Center in Sleepy Hollow, New York. Her work is represented by Jessica Papin of Dystel, Goderich, and Bourret. For more information, visit beth-hahn.com.