Today I'm excited to share with you all my stop on the blog tour for Alison Stine's Trashlands, a haunting, emotional, and compelling story about a future exploring the effects of dramatic climate change. Below you'll find some information about both the book and the author, as well as a brief excerpt!
Author: Alison Stine
Pub. Date: October 26th, 2021
Publisher: MIRA Books
Find it: B&N | IndieBound | Amazon | Harlequin | BookShop.org | Books-A-Million | Powell's
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
ALISON STINE is an award-winning poet and author. Recipient of an Individual Artist Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), and an Ohio Arts Council grant, she was a Wallace Stegner Fellow and received the Studs Terkel Award for Media and Journalism. She works as a freelance reporter with The New York Times, writes for The Washington Post, The Atlantic, The Guardian, 100 Days in Appalachia, ELLE, The Kenyon Review, and others, and has been a storyteller on The Moth. After living in Appalachian Ohio for many years, she now lives and writes in Colorado with her partner, her son, and a small orange cat.
LINKS: Website | Twitter | Instagram | Goodreads