Happy to have had the chance to talk about writing and Sycamore with E. Ce Miller at Bustle and Sam Hankin at The Avid Reader Show (a podcast); Sam also owns the Wellington Square Bookshop (shop local and indie, y’all!). Many, many thanks to both E. Ce and Sam for taking the time to read…… Continue reading Talking shop: fiction’s missing girls, writer v. author, small towns, lyrics, + more
SYCAMORE pub day!
Hard for me to believe it, but Sycamore, my debut novel, lands in the world officially today. Read an excerpt on LitHub Listen to a sample of the Audiobook You can borrow it at your favorite library (I heart librarians, as I wrote here). Of course, you can buy it. I encourage you to shop…… Continue reading SYCAMORE pub day!
Sample audio from Sycamore
Incredibly cool to hear this audiobook snippet from Sycamore. Performed by the wonderful Cassandra Campbell, Steven Jay Cohen, Sara Morsey, Xe Sands, and Teri Schnaubelt. Thanks to them for bringing it so beautifully to life. I can’t wait to hear all of it (out 5/9!) https://soundcloud.com/harperaudio_us/sycamore-by-bryn-chancellor?in=harperaudio_us/sets/harperbooks
Q&A: On being haunted, small towns, and cats in boxes
Was happy to do this interview with the wonderful novelist Caroline Leavitt over at her terrific blog, CAROLINELEAVITTVILLE.
Imaginary Soundtracks, Vol. 1
Mixing it up here at the old blog by, you know, actually writing on it. “Mix,” in fact, is the word on my mind today. As in, “Get ready for a mixed-up, mixed bag of a post.” Or, “How many mixed metaphors can I throw into the mix today?” Or, “Our reckless, moronic loon of…… Continue reading Imaginary Soundtracks, Vol. 1
I generally don’t like to announce news here in the blog, which I prefer to keep about the writing process and other (neurotic) writing-life ramblings. But I also do want a note of record and to take a moment to express thanks. Here it is: My first novel, Sycamore, will be published by Harper (HarperCollins)!…… Continue reading Novel!