Writing YA: An Interview with Patricia Henley & Elizabeth Stuckey-French

Written by Natalie Lund Earlier this fall, I found out that Patricia Henley and Elizabeth Stuckey-French co-authored a young adult novel, Where Wicked Starts. I’ve always loved reading YA, but I was especially excited to hear about this publication because Henley and Stuckey-French have both been a part of my education as a writer. My first year in Purdue’s MFA … Continue reading Writing YA: An Interview with Patricia Henley & Elizabeth Stuckey-French

N.Y. Times Sunday Book Review on Stuckey-French’s new novel

BY ANTHONY COOK, Editor-in-Chief 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 … Continue reading N.Y. Times Sunday Book Review on Stuckey-French’s new novel

Stuckey-French a finalist for the Million Writers Award

BY ANTHONY COOK, Editor-in-Chief Writer Elizabeth Stuckey-French is a finalist for storySouth‘s Million Writers Award. The award honors the best story published online during 2008. You can read and vote for her story, “Interview with a Moron,” here. Stuckey-French is a Purdue Creative Writing Program alum and a founding editor of the Sycamore Review. “Interview … Continue reading Stuckey-French a finalist for the Million Writers Award