Join award-winning author Tara Ison at the following bookstore events! There, she will be discussing At the Hour Between Dog and Wolf, her new novel set in World War II France. Centered around Danielle, a Parisian Jewish girl who’s gone into hiding as a Catholic orphan, this book reveals how some lies can grow so large, we deceive even ourselves.
February 22 – Washington DC – Politics and Prose, in convo with Susan Kelesinko Coll, 7 pm
February 24 – Los Angeles – Vroman’s Pasadena, in convo with David L. Ulin, 7 pm
February 25 – San Francisco – Book Passage, Ferry Building, in convo with Meredith Hall, 3 pm
March 2 – Phoenix – Changing Hands, Phoenix, in convo with Devoney Looser, 6 pm
March 9 – Boston – Brookline Booksmith, in convo with Doug Bauer, 7 pm
March 16 – Flagstaff – Brightside Books, in convo with Nicole Walker, 6 pm
March 22 – Chicago – International House at University of Chicago, 6 pm
A Jewish girl comes of age in Vichy France, relentlessly deformed by the spiritual rot of her era… Ison is unflinching in her depiction of the self-inflicted corruption that replaces the character’s moral core with a twisted version of Christianity, brilliantly illustrating the epigraph from Solzhenitsyn: ‘To do evil, a human being must first of all believe that what he’s doing is good.’…Free of sentiment but not without hope of redemption, this is a suspenseful and chilling story.Kirkus
Tara Ison is the author of The List (Scribner), A Child out of Alcatraz (Faber & Faber, Inc.), a Finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and Rockaway (Counterpoint/Soft Skull Press), featured as one of the “Best Books of Summer” in O, The Oprah Magazine, July 2013. Her essay collection, Reeling Through Life: How I Learned to Live, Love, and Die at the Movies, was the Winner of the PEN Southwest Book Award for Best Creative Nonfiction. She earned her MFA in Fiction & Literature from Bennington College and has taught creative writing at Washington University in St. Louis, Northwestern University, Ohio State University, Goddard College, Antioch University Los Angeles, and UC Riverside Palm Desert. She is currently Professor of Fiction at Arizona State University. To learn more, visit her website.
Superstition Review is also pleased to announce an upcoming interview with Tara Ison about At the Hour Between Dog and Wolf.
At the Hour Between Dog and Wolf will be released February 21st. To pre-order it, go here.
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