In Elucidations, a young girl searches for more than her missing mother. As the seasons change, she begins to learn the nature of rebirth.
Beth Hahn studied art and English at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the University of Pennsylvania and fiction at Sarah Lawrence College. The Singing Bone (Regan Arts, 2016) is her first novel. She teaches Wednesday night fiction workshops at The Hudson Valley Writers’ Center in Sleepy Hollow, New York.
Praise & Reviews
[A] beautiful novella about grief. — Martin G.
The work in this series is deftly crafted and deeply engaging, compelling and resonant and elegantly written. With stories from the sharpest writers of contemporary short fiction, this is the short story at its best. As a reader—and as a writer—it’s so good to see excellent short fiction beautifully presented, and in a format that makes it easily accessible to its audience. — Kirsten Sundberg Lunstrum
I love these stories for their tight and complex architectures, for their dark corners, and for their willingness to shine a light on all the people we’ve been and all we might become. — T Kira Madden
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