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Erica-Lynn Huberty

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Erica-Lynn Huberty is the author of Dog Boy and Other Harrowing Tales (Rising Star, 2010), which was shortlisted for the Eric Hoffer Award for fiction, and Watchwork, a novella written for Habitat for Humanity. Born in New York City, she studied with author Ann Hood at New York University, and earned her Masters Degree in writing, literature and fine art at Bennington College. She has been an art critic and feature writer for Sculpture Magazine, and currently is a regular contributor to EAST magazine. Her work has been anthologized in Garrison Keillor’s Good Poems, Conversations On Sculpture (Oakland Museum of California), The Muse Strikes Back (Story Line Press), and published in Camillia Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, a ...more

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Erica-Lynn Huberty Fictional book worlds are tricky--as far as this question goes--for they are not always fictional at all! Would I like to go to London in the 1890s an…moreFictional book worlds are tricky--as far as this question goes--for they are not always fictional at all! Would I like to go to London in the 1890s and traverse the streets Sherlock Holmes did? Sure, but I wouldn't consider that world strictly fictional, only the plot placed in that world. How about Charlotte Bronte's wild moors? Of course! But what would I do there? Wait for ghosts to appear and drink a lot, most likely. With this outlook, I would likely prefer to inhabit the world of Susanna Clarke's Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell. There, I would find the moody windswept wilds of Yorkshire, the plus parlors of London, and a lot of magic and witty conversation.(less)
Erica-Lynn Huberty My 2017 summer reading list has already begun--in May--as I am reading advanced copies of books which will be released soon. "Happiness," a debut memo…moreMy 2017 summer reading list has already begun--in May--as I am reading advanced copies of books which will be released soon. "Happiness," a debut memoir by Heather Harpham is one I'm looking forward to diving into. On my list to read for pleasure are "How to Be Human" by Paula Cocozza and "The Good People" by Hannah Kent. Currently, I'm catching up on reading, "The Lumineries," and at some point this summer, I plan on reading "Shirley" by Charlotte Bronte, which I have also admittedly never read!


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A really excellent collection of Winter and Christmas-themed ghost stories over a wide range of time periods. All of them well written, most Id never read before (which is saying a lot as this is my favourite genre so I have read many).
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Hilary Mantel
“I look like a watermelon with a great slice hacked out. I say to myself, it's just another border post on the frontier between medicine and greengrocery; growths and tumour seem always to be described as "the size of a plum" or "the size of a grapefruit".”
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“When it was time to write, and he took his pen in his hand, he never thought of consequences; he thought of style. I wonder why I ever bothered with sex, he thought; there's nothing in this breathing world so gratifying as an artfully placed semicolon.”
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Ernest Hemingway
“There is nothing you can do except try to write it the way that it was. So you must write each day better than you possibly can and use the sorrow that you have now to make you know how the early sorrow came. And you must always remember the things you believed because if you know them they will be there in the writing and you won’t betray them. The writing is the only progress you make.”
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