MICHAEL CROLEY was born in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. The recipient of an NEA Fellowship in Literature in 2016, his stories and essays have appeared in Narrative, Catapult, Blackbird, Kenyon Review Online, Virginia Quarterly Review, the Paris Review Daily, and elsewhere. He teaches creative writing at Denison University.
His debut short story collection, Any Other Place, is available for pre-order and will release on April 23, 2019.
HAL CROWTHER is an award-winning critic and essayist, a journalist whose work has appeared in many magazines including Time, Newsweek, Granta, Narrative, and the Oxford American. A recipient of the H.L. Mencken Writing Award, he is the author of four essay collections and An Infuriating American: The Incendiary Arts of H.L. Mencken. His previous books of essays, Gather at the River, was a finalist for the NBCC prize for criticism. He lives in Hillsborough, NC, with his wife, the novelist Lee Smith.
Reading, conversation, and signing.