Katrina Denza: Read: “Echolocation” by Myfanwy Collins
Thrilled to be ending the week on a high note! The always insightful Katrina Denza reviews Echolocation. Thank you, Kat! Katrina Denza: Read: “Echolocation” by Myfanwy Collins.
2012, a year in preview
In 2012…. my son turns five he graduates from preschool he goes to kindergarten I turn 45 and vow to focus on my health I celebrate my ten-year wedding anniversary my first novel debuts my first short story collection debuts I vow to run more, to read more, to eat less, to eat more I finish my thesis and finally receive my MA in … Read More 2012, a year in preview
+ books, Echolocation, Ellen Meister, Engine Books, fiction, literary, Myfanwy Collins, novel, Pia Ehrhardt, writers
Joy to the World
Has been an up and down sort of time for my family. As already noted, we lost our beloved pet recently and on top of that we’ve all been sick. And yet, there is so much to celebrate. That we are together. That we are whole. That we love one another. And yesterday, all of the blurbs for my book came in; joy to … Read More Joy to the World
This was in my mailbox.
+ books, Echolocation, Ellen Meister, Engine Books, fiction, Myfanwy Collins, novel, Victoria Barrett, writers, writing books
my novel, ECHOLOCATION, available for pre-order!
Absolutely thrilled and delighted to announce that my novel, Echolocation, is available for pre-order here: Echolocation here’s the first beautiful blurb: “Fearless, elegant, and accessible, Echolocation is literary fiction at its best. With heartbreakingly beautiful prose, Myfanwy Collins tells a gripping and tender tale of broken souls yearning for wholeness. These are characters who will stay with you long after you turn the last … Read More my novel, ECHOLOCATION, available for pre-order!
+ Echolocation, Engine Books, fiction, I Am Holding Your Hand, Myfanwy Collins, novel, PANK Little Books, Roxane Gay, short stories, Victoria Barrett, writers, writing books
20 years ago and today
20 years ago, I was finishing up my first summer out of college. I was teaching summer school (a miserable experience for both the students and me) and I had much to look forward to. I had finished writing my first novel and my agent at the time was sending it out to publishers. I had a handful of stories upon which my creative … Read More 20 years ago and today