Tina May Hall's stories have appeared or are forthcoming in 3rd bed, the minnesota review, Quarterly West, Black Warrior Review, Water-Stone Review, Fairy Tale Review, and other journals. Her novella in prose poems, All the Day's Sad Stories, was published by Caketrain Press in the spring of 2009.

She teaches at Hamilton College and lives in the snowy Northeast with her husband and son in a house with a ghost in the radiator. Some days, she spends with her ear pressed to the wall. Some days, she snowshoes with her son to the wolf-ring in the woods where they drink hot chocolate and howl until the crows chase them home.

   

Sept 29 - Drue Heinz Prize Presentation and Reading with Renata Adler at Univ of Pittsburgh

Nov 4 - Reading at University of Missouri-Columbia with Anthony Varallo

Nov 5 - Reading at Westminster College

Apr 14 - Reading at Penn State Erie

   

Please direct all corresondence to
thall (at) hamilton (dot) edu

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