Allegra Hyde: Now on Tour!

Allegra Hyde: Now on Tour!

The wait for Allegra Hyde’s debut novel, Eleutheria is almost over! Join Allegra on her upcoming book tour in March as she dives deep into conversations about Eleutheria coming March 8 published by Vintage.

Eleutheria follows Willa Marks on her travels to the island of Eleutheria in the Bahamas to join the author of Living the Solution, a guide to fighting climate change, and his group of ecowarriors at Camp Hope. However, she quickly learns that things at this camp are not quite as they are expected. On this journey to rediscover hope, Willa Marks finds adventure and inspiration.

Learn more about Eleutheria and the author –

March 8 @ 7:30 PM ET: Community Bookstore (Brooklyn, NY) – In Conversation with CJ Hauser! Register for Virtual Event.

March 10 @ 9:00 PM ET: Green Apple Books (San Francisco, CA) – In Conversation with Vanessa Hua! Register for Virtual Event.

March 11 @ 4:30 PM ET: Oberlin College (Oberlin, OH) – In Conversation with Emily Barton!

March 14 @ 8:00 PM ET: Brazos Bookstore (Houston, TX) – In Conversation with Daniel Peña! Register for Virtual Event.

Eleutheria is a gorgeous, tender book. Allegra Hyde is a dynamic, powerful writer and her first novel is truly something special.

Kristen Arnett, author of With Teeth

You do not want to miss these events or Eleutheria. Register and preorder her new book today! It is available at your local independent bookstore and the retailers listed here. You can also request it at your local library and add it to your Goodreads shelf.

Allegra’s essay “Things I Don’t Tell My Mother” appeared in Issue 12 and she was interviewed for Issue 18. To learn more about Allegra, check out her website and Twitter.

Contributor Update: Allegra Hyde

2018 Pushcart PrizeToday we are excited to announce that past contributor Allegra Hyde has won a 2018 Pushcart Prize. “The Future Consequences of Present Actions,” by Allegra will be published in the upcoming Pushcart Prize XLII edition.

To read Allegra’s essay “Things I Don’t Tell My Mother” in Issue 12 of Superstition Review click here.

Congratulations, Allegra!

SR Pod/Vod Series: Writer Allegra Hyde

Each Tuesday we feature audio or video of an SR Contributor reading their work. Today we’re proud to feature a podcast by Allegra Hyde.

allegrahyde_0Allegra Hyde serves as prose editor for Hayden’s Ferry Review. Her short stories and essays have appeared in the North American Review, LUMINA, Southwestern American Literature, Bellevue Literary Review, Grist Journal, and elsewhere. She lives in Arizona.

You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes Channel.

You can read along with the work in Superstition Review.