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Every Living Species

Every Living Species is available from Gold Wake Press.

Bird as beast. Bird as beauty. Bird as spectacle. In Every Living Species, Stalcup looks zoological impoverishment in the eye and refuses to blink. Instead, she turns loss into an exhibition of World's Fair proportions, concentrating her mad microcosm with biotechnology, infrastructure, art, and humanity … In this confluence, I recognize Hitchcock and Hurston, Crichton and Kübler-Ross — and in Stalcup, an aviphile of the highest order.”        Lawrence Lenhart

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

Erin holds an MFA from the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College. After teaching in universities, community colleges, and prisons in New York City, North Carolina, and Texas, she now teaches creative writing at her alma mater Northern Arizona University, in her hometown of Flagstaff. Erin co-founded and co-edits the literary magazine Waxwing. She is married to the writer Justin Bigos.

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.