Reading with Eva Hunter at Annie Bloom’s books

Tonight I have the wonderful privilege of reading from my novel, Hagridden, with the woman who published the first complete, finished excerpt from that novel in her magazine, SOL: English Writing in Mexico. Even better, I got to read a portion of a short story, related to Hagridden, that will soon appear in SOL later this month! And Eva — who read from her memoir, A Little Mormon Girl — and I got to read together at Annie Bloom’s Books, one of my favorite bookstores in Portland!

Requisite reading selfie!
Requisite reading selfie!

(Incidentally, that’s Eva’s daughter, Portland photographer Octavia Hunter, giving me rabbit ears.)

Bonus: Eva selfie!
Bonus: Eva selfie!
Molly, the resident cat at Annie Bloom’s.

Eva and I signed a few books, but if you missed us, don’t worry: Annie Bloom’s is stocking our books, and some of them are signed copies! If you’re in the Portland area, please do stop by the bookshop and pick up some books.

While supplies last!
While supplies last!


Published by Samuel Snoek-Brown

I write fiction and teach college writing and literature. I'm the author of the story collection There Is No Other Way to Worship Them, the novel Hagridden, and the flash fiction chapbooks Box Cutters and Where There Is Ruin.

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