Beth Hahn

Beth Hahn (Fiction) | New Castle, NY

Booking Fee:

Negotiable

Will Travel:

Anywhere

Contact:

gregory_at_reganarts.com (Gregory Henry, Publicist)

Website:

http://beth-hahn.com/

Beth Hahn studied art and writing at The University of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and earned an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College. She attended The Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference and the Ragdale Foundation. Her short stories have appeared in Necessary Fiction, The Hawai’i Review, The South Carolina Review, and The Emrys Journal. Her debut novel, The Singing Bone, is a spring 2016 title from Regan Arts. Beth lives in New Castle, New York, with her husband.

Books

The Singing Bone (Regan Arts, 2016). Fiction.


Press & Reviews

“Tantalizing… carefully crafted.”
Publishers Weekly

“A writer to watch for fans of sophisticated psychological suspense . . . Hahn maintains a fine balance between mystery and disclosure. The atmosphere throughout is tense and subtly creepy, and the folkloric elements are an interesting, original touch.”
Kirkus

“The Singing Bone reads like the work of a seasoned novelist: rich, haunting, layered, beautifully written. It raises questions about the good and evil in all of us, the characters are complex, and the story’s a page-turner—what more could a reader ask for?”
—B. A. Shapiro, New York Times bestselling author of The Art Forger

“I stayed up all night reading The Singing Bone, and I kept on reading it on the airport bus. When I finished it, I was halfway across the ocean, and I wanted to stand up in the aisle and yell, this is a terrific book by a writer with talent to burn and the only thing wrong with it was that it wasn’t twice as long. Fans of the elegant, masterful, and downright chilling, watch this space for Beth Hahn.”
—Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Deep End of the Ocean and Two if By Sea

“The debut spine-chiller from Beth Hahn, is a concoction of sophistication and surprise . . . riveting in detail and nuance.”
Bookpage