[News Flash] April 13, 2021

Many thanks to J.S. Dewes for joining us this week to talk about her novel, THE LAST WATCH. Read her interview here. And please join her Tuesday 4/20 at 7pm CT for a conversation with John Scalzi hosted by A Room of One’s Own. For more exciting events please visit her website.

And join Greta Kelly and Genevieve Gornichec this Friday at 6:30 CT as they talk about THE FROZEN CROWN, THE WITCH’S HEART, fantasy worlds and more! Follow Greta on Instagram for more information!

Elizabeth Gonzalez James created a playlist for Libro.fm with some of her favorite audiobooks from Latina authors, with a pre-order link for her own MONA AT SEA audiobook. Read the playlist here!
Denny S. Bryce (WILD WOMEN AND THE BLUES) will be joined by Vanessa Riley (AN EARL, THE GIRL, AND A TODDLER) to speak about diversity in historical fiction with Between the Chapters Book Club. The event will be Wed. April 21 at 6PM CT. Click here to register.
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Before becoming a writer Elizabeth was a waitress, a pollster, an Avon lady, and an opera singer. Her stories and essays have appeared in Ploughshares Blog, The Idaho Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere, and have received multiple Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominations. Her debut novel, MONA AT SEA, was a finalist in the 2019 SFWP Literary Awards judged by Carmen Maria Machado, and is forthcoming, Summer 2021, from Santa Fe Writers Project. Originally from South Texas, Elizabeth now lives with her family in Oakland, California.

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Author: Elizabeth Gonzalez James

Before becoming a writer Elizabeth was a waitress, a pollster, an Avon lady, and an opera singer. Her stories and essays have appeared in Ploughshares Blog, The Idaho Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere, and have received multiple Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net nominations. Her debut novel, MONA AT SEA, was a finalist in the 2019 SFWP Literary Awards judged by Carmen Maria Machado, and is forthcoming, Summer 2021, from Santa Fe Writers Project. Originally from South Texas, Elizabeth now lives with her family in Oakland, California.