Too Early to Know Who's Winning

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Product Details
Price
$21.95
Publisher
Black Rose Writing
Publish Date
Pages
292
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.73 inches | 0.78 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781685131654
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About the Author
Karla Huebner has lived on a boat and worked in factories, offices, theater, publishing, oil refineries, private investigation, and adolescent drug rehab; she eventually taught Art History at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Her short fiction has appeared in such places as the Northwest Review, Colorado State Review, Magic Realism, Fantasy Macabre, Weave, and Opossum, and her collection Heartwood was a finalist for the 2020 Raz-Shumaker award. Her books include the novel In Search of the Magic Theater (Regal House) and the prize-winning study Magnetic Woman: Toyen and the Surrealist Erotic (University of Pittsburgh Press). Like Cinda and Jacobine, she enjoys hiking, biking, and canoeing.
Reviews

"With clear eyes, courage, and wit, Karla Huebner's Too Early to Know Who's Winning captures the uncertainty, fear, desperation, and grief of the early Trump era. Too Early to Know Who's Winning is also a penetrating exploration of mortality, companionship, mental health, and the search for glimmers of light in an ever-darkening world." -Fredrick Soukup, author of Bliss and Blood Up North

"Huebner's satisfying world of caring, liberal women, close to retirement and worrying about the state of the planet and what they can do to leave a small legacy, really hit close." -J. Ivanel Johnson, author of Just a Still Life

"Karla Huebner's protagonist, with her wry and witty insights, exhibits an astute blend of political distress and personal assessment in this story of a woman increasingly aware of time passing. A novel for our times." -Carolyn Korsmeyer, author of Little Follies