Events

Book Launch: Blissful And Other Stories by Steven Huff


Location: WAB – 740 University Ave.

 

Join author Steven Huff as he returns to Writers & Books to celebrate the launch of his new collection: BLISSFUL AND OTHER STORIES (Cosmographia Books, 2017). Steven Huff is a Pushcart-prize winning author and his title story “Blissful” was short-listed for the O’Henry Prize. Wine and homemade bread will be provided as refreshments. Author will sign books before and after the reading. This is also your chance to meet local illustrator Fawndowlyn Valentine!

 

This event is free event. Books will be available for sale at front desk.

Contact Nina Alvarez at Editor@CosmographiaBooks.com if you have any questions about the event.

 

REVIEWS

“Steven Huff is a master stylist and an American original. He has traveled the winding roads to the base of the human heart, mapping them through every strange and delirious curve. What a pleasure to be along for the ride.” — Jedediah Berry, author of THE MANUAL OF DETECTION


“A cornucopia of marvelous and various Americana. Huff’s fictions sometimes shock, never cheat, always instruct, and persist in the memory, as real as the best and worst days of our lives.” –Sterling Watson, author of SWEET DREAM BABY

 

“Huff’s characters occupy the edges, the rich ecotones between city and rural, wealthy and poor, native and wandering, needy and full. They are also buffeted by the fates, living and dying not by chance but as organized by some all-seeing, -knowing, -powerful hand with a sardonic sense of irony and humor.” — Stephen Lewandowski, author of UNDER FOOT

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Steven Huff is the author of a previous collection of stories, A Pig in Paris (Big Pencil Press 2008), and two collections of poems, More Daring Escapes (Red Hen Press 2008) and The Water We Came From (FootHills 2003), and the forthcoming Fire in the Hill (Blue Horse Press 2018). He has worked in publishing for many years, and is now founding editor of Tiger Bark Press. He teaches creative writing in the Solstice Low Residency MFA Program at Pine Manor College in Boston, and lives in Rochester, New York.