You’re reading that right, folks.
For a few years now, a lot of you who follow the blog or know me via Facebook have been keeping tabs on my novel, Hagridden — maybe you saw some of the earliest excerpts from the NaNoWriMo draft, or you shared resources with me when I was doing research for the book, or you celebrated with me when I received an Oregon Literary Fellowship, or you followed my trip to Louisiana to wander the bayou where the novel is set, or you heard me read from the book at Chemeketa Writes — and many of you have said, time and time again, that you can’t wait to read the novel.
Now, at long last, you’re going to get your chance, because . . .
is getting published by
I can’t tell you an exact publication date yet, but don’t worry: I’ll be pummeling you with updates throughout the year. (Bear with me, gang. I’m incredibly excited about this.) It’s going to take some time — as it should — but we’re shooting for a release later next year. I’ll keep you posted.
In the meantime, you can check out early excerpts in Sententia magazine and in SOL: English Writing in Mexico. I also appeared on Arts Alive this past summer to talk about the novel; you can find that interview on YouTube.