Over at Electric Literature, check out 8 Novels About How Work Seeps Into Our Personal Lives – “Kieran Goddard recommends books on how labor shapes, reshapes, and ultimately misshapes our inner emotional world.” Last Night at the Lobster is one of the eight!
3/7/2023: Paperback Release of Ocean State!
Paperback Publication Date:
March 7, 2023
b&n / amazon / indiebound / bam
bookshop / hudson booksellers
“Gone Like Enron”?
This particular story starts with Stephen King, in response to Elon Musk, but it ends with none other than Stewart. Read on!
p.s. The book that is featured directly behind King’s head in the photo is at the heart of the story. 😊
Happy Halloween, from ScreenRant and The Week
The Night Country is listed as one of ten best Halloween books, via ScreenRant and Reddit. In fine company with the likes of Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, and Bram Stoker!
Ghosts and Halloween are a winning combination, and Stewart O’Nan’s The Night Country found a clever new way to blend the two together. Reddit user bittybro gave a great rundown of their favorite Halloween book when writing, “The Night Country by Stuart O’Nan. Ghost story that takes place on Halloween. Told from the POV of the ghosts.”https://screenrant.com/best-spooky-halloween-books-reddit/
And from The Week, the novelist Elizabeth McCracken lists A Prayer for the Dying as one of her “favorite novels of the past 25 years”:
A Prayer for the Dying by Stewart O’Nan (1999)
This is one of my favorite novels of the past 25 years — about a small Wisconsin town hemmed in by a diphtheria epidemic on one side and wildfire on the other. When I have students who want to write a book in the second person, this is where I steer them: the finest example I know, a tour de force.https://theweek.com/book-list/1017117/elizabeth-mccracken-6-favorite-books-that-tackle-tough-topics
9/25/2022 11:30am – OCEAN HOUSE: Thriller Panel with Luanne Rice, Casey Sherman, Aggie Blum Thompson, Stewart O’Nan, and John Searles
Enjoy an afternoon with your favorite thriller writers! Join us as Ocean House owner and author Deborah Goodrich Royce hosts a conversation with featured authors John Searles, Luanne Rice, Casey Sherman, Aggie Blum Thompson & Stewart O’Nan, to discuss their books and the thriller writing process. A meet and greet book signing opportunity will follow the discussion. Boxed lunch and soft drinks are included.
Luanne’s newest release, Belle Mer is only available in e-book or audiobook format and will not be sold at the event
Please note that tickets purchased for this event are non-refundable. Books will be available for purchase at the event!https://www.banksquarebooks.com/event/thriller-panel-luanne-rice-casey-sherman-aggie-blum-thompson-stewart-onan-john-searles
$25/person (plus tax and service charge)