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A STAFF PICK at Treasure Valley’s Rediscovered Books bookshop, this debut novel by Betsy L. Ross released just a month ago.
Dates to note:
2 April – featured in Idaho Press Sunday edition
6 April – featured in Boise Weekly
13 April (4-5:30 MT) book signing at the downtown Boise Rediscovered Books
19 April book signing at The King’s English in Salt Lake City
Written with a trenchant humor, The Bones of the World asks who we become as a result of suffering. Like Jakob, desiring revenge? Like Sariah, seeking the salve of a community that accepts her? Or like Rachel, opening to the ancestral suffering that is her life’s clay, and her role in the swell of its story? A deeply spiritual book, The Bones of the World seeks to locate the place of suffering in a holy world and explores why we must tell these stories that are so often hard to hear.
With a combination of group and individual sessions, assignments, and feedback specific to your projects, this two-day retreat will help you learn to start your writing career with the help of seasoned professionals
Khabaar is a food memoir and personal narrative that braids the global journeys of South Asian food through immigration, migration, and indenture. Focusing on chefs, home cooks, and food stall owners, the book questions what it means to belong and what does belonging in a new place look like in the foods carried over from the old country?
Join in with Treasure Valley Reads for 2023. Contact your local library for more information on any local events.
This Idaho author whom we’ve previously profiled has just released The Best of Our Past, the Worst of Our Future, a collection of her horror stories “by turns devastating, horrifying, and beyond beautiful,” and drawing references to ‘Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper,” Shirley Jackson’s “The Renegade,” or Kelly Link’s “Stone Animals.”’ (Read more and choose your favorite book vendor.)
And then there’s the Bram Stoker Award® Nomination…
Superior Achievement in a First Novel – Beulah (Cemetery Gates Media, 2022)
Superior Achievement in an Anthology – with Willow Dawn Becker, Mother: Tales of Love and Terror (Weird Little Worlds, 2022)
Her short stories have appeared in many publications, including PseudoPod, Vastarien, Mooncalves, and Horror Library. Follow her at christinogle.com. Her collections Promise and One Eye Opened in That Other Place are coming from Flame Tree Press in 2023 and 2024.