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Every Living Species

Every Living Species is available from Gold Wake Press.

“Erin Stalcup’s Every Living Species is exactly the kind of eco-fiction we need today: a generous and heartfelt imagining of future possibilities, exploring not just how we live now but how we might live next, wisely and lovingly making real the hope and invention and shared responsibility it’ll take for us to arrive together at all our best tomorrows.” Matt Bell

Included in "What to Read When It's Been a Hell of a Year" in The Rumpus: "It’s been a hell of a year. Here are some recent releases that have helped me through that hell. Each of these books, in various ways, wound the crank on my empathy machine, and reminded me that telling a story can be a defiant act. Rebellion courses through each of these [books]. Pick one up — it might set a fountain of radical hope a-burble inside you."        Claire Vaye Watkins

A reading by the author

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And Yet It Moves

And Yet It Moves is available from Indiana University Press, in their Break Away Books series.

“An engaging collection that takes on the love and loneliness lurking in the bright lights and shadowed corners of the everyday.”
Kirkus Reviews

“The ever-present, everyday magic in Stalcup’s debut collection overlays the mundane world like mist…” 
Publishers Weekly

 
 

SHORT STORIES FROM THE COLLECTION

B-SIDES AND BONUS TRACKS

Readings

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Writing

OTHER FICTION

ESSAYS

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Interviews

Guest Blog Posts

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Erin Stalcup

After teaching in liberal arts colleges, state schools, community colleges, and prisons in New York City, North Carolina, Texas, & Arizona, Erin Stalcup is now faculty in the Writing & Publishing MFA program at Vermont College of Fine Arts. Erin co-founded and co-edits the literary magazine Waxwing, and is the Editor of Hunger Mountain.

Erin is happy to Skype into classes or book clubs that are reading And Yet It Moves or Every Living Species. Contact her at erin.stalcup@gmail.com.