The New York Times Sunday Book Review has a write up on Elizabeth Stuckey-French’s new novel, The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady. Stuckey-French will be visiting us Thursday for a reading at 7:30 p.m. in Purdue’s Krannert Auditorium. There will also be an interview the same day, at 4:30 p.m. at the Hicks Undergraduate Library Bookstall. If you’re in town, stop by; both events are free and open to the public. If you’re not in town, have no fear. We’ll be posting the interview right here soon after her visit, and you will find a review of the new book in the upcoming issue of SR.
We’re particularly big fans of Stuckey-French’s work. Not only is she a fantastic writer and great teacher–she was also Sycamore Review‘s first fiction editor. The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady is her third book. She’s also the author of a short story collection, The First Paper Girl in Red Oak, Iowa, and a novel, Mermaids on the Moon. She now teaches at Florida State University.
Join us for the reading if you can!