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In addition to conducting author interviews for Her Circle Ezine, Hannah writes book reviews for Kirkus Indie. Find out more about Hannah and her writing projects at www.scoutandengineer.com.
Heidi W. Durrow discusses her novel, The Girl Who Fell From the Sky—winner of the 2008 Bellwether Prize for Fiction.
Hannah Eason interviews Amy Greene about the inspiration behind her debut novel, Bloodroot: "The latter-day American lure surround...
In A Mountain of Crumbs: A Memoir, Gorokhova chronicles her decision to trade in the Soviet Union’s sense of communal good run a...
Author Thérèse Soukar Chehade talks about her first novel Loom with Hannah Eason. Chehade shares the influences behind her writi...
by Hannah Eason Zsuzsanna Ozsváth has unmatched qualifications as a scholar on the Holocaust. The Leah and Paul Lewis Chair of Ho...
by Hannah Eason Sarah—Of Fragments and Lines (Coffee House Press, 2010), written by Julie Carr, examines what it means to be ope...
by Hannah Eason Hawaii-based author Margaret Dilloway’s debut novel, How to Be an American Housewife (Putnam Books 2010), takes ...
Guest blogger, Hannah Eason I recently changed blogging platforms, moving my website, Hometown Grotesque, to Squarespace. For me, ...
Crown/Shaye Areheart Books, 2010 Review by Hannah Eason Cora Sledge, the more-than-unlikely heroine of Leslie Larson’s Breaking ...
by Hannah Eason Summer can play havoc with the senses.  In North Carolina, early May, on the sunned campus of UNC-Chapel Hill, th...
Plain View Press, 2009 Review by Hannah Eason The ravages of World War II in contemporary art is not new. Many memoirs and documen...
ed. by Leslie McGrath and Ravi Shankar Drunken Boat Press, 2010 Review by Hannah Eason Wanting to read this poetry collection with...
Bold Strokes Books, 2009 Review by Hannah Eason Violet London is a New York stage actress scheduled to leave on the morning train ...
Shaye Areheart Books, August 2007 Review by Hannah Eason Gwendolyn Gross certainly knows how to stage a fight. In her third novel,...