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VIRTUAL: Stacy D. Flood / The Salt Fields: A Novella
June 3 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm PDT
Booksmith is thrilled to host a virtual event with Stacy D. Flood for his novella The Salt Fields. He’ll be in conversation with Ship of Fates author Caitlin Chung.
This event is free and all ages, but RSVP is required. Event link will be sent to everyone who registers.
You can order the book here and we’ll ship it directly to you (or hold for pickup at our San Francisco shop).
We are happy to fulfill orders anywhere in the world – international postage will be invoiced separately. If you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to contact email@example.com.
About the book
On the day that Minister Peters boards a train from South Carolina heading north, he has nothing left but ghosts: the ghost of his murdered wife, the ghost of his drowned daughter, the ghosts of his father and his grandmother and the people who disappeared from his town without trace or explanation. In the cramped car, Minister finds himself in close quarters with three passengers also joining the exodus from the South—people seeking a new life, whose motives, declared or otherwise, will change Minister’s life with devastating consequences.
“Beautifully written and memorable.”
– Aimee Bender, author of The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake and The Color Master
About the authors
Originally from Buffalo, and currently living in Seattle, Stacy D. Flood’s work has been published and performed nationally as well as in the Puget Sound Area. Having received his MFA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University, he has also been an artist-in-residence at DISQUIET in Lisbon, as well as The Millay Colony of the Arts. In addition, he is the recipient of the Gregory Capasso Award in Fiction from the University at Buffalo, along with a Getty Fellowship to the Squaw Valley Community of Writers. Author photo by Jennifer Richard Photography.
Caitlin Chung has lived in the Bay Area her whole life. She is a teacher, an expert eavesdropper, a fan of infomercials, and is known to be a supporter of superstitions. She has on many occasions been justly accused of being a Luddite. She lives in Oakland with her husband and their cat. Ship of Fates is her first book.
This event is free and all ages, but RSVP is required.