Steven Hendricks, author of Little Is Left to Tell, on tour May/June 2016

Posted By on May 22, 2016

Little is Left to Tell coverAbout Little Is Left to Tell

• Print Length: 284 pages
• Publisher: Campanile Books

Little Is Left to Tell is the haunting novel by master fabulist Steven Hendricks. Enter a nocturnal world where the unreal is seen on a liminal horizon of fading memory, illuminated by partial understanding and lyrical fictions. Virginia the Wolf writes her last novel to lure her daughter home. A rabbit named Hart Crane must eat words to speak, while passing zeppelins drop bombs. Mr. Fin tries to read the past in marginalia and to rebuild his son from boat parts. A novel that bridges between dreamscape and reality, Little Is Left to Tell is entrancing and enthralling.

“In Little is Left to Tell one scene is quietly illuminated and then that illumination glides to the next, equally quiet and wondrous. Like a dream that inhabits an entire life, even a life of reading, this is a deeply rich and surprising novel.” — Amina Cain, author of Creature

“A tale about the ravages of old age, the weight of the past and bunny rabbits. Debut novelist Hendricks tries to apply the whimsical mood of fairy tales to the mildly experimental fiction at play here, and he largely succeeds despite the grim nature of his story. …A vivid story that uses the language and metaphors of myth to reflect on the unkind nature of age and perception.” — Kirkus Reviews

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Steven HendricksAbout Steven Hendricks

Steven Hendricks lives in Olympia, Wa. with his wife and two children. He teaches writing and book arts at The Evergreen State College. His work has appeared in The Denver Quarterly (2000), Conjunctions (2001), Fold: The Reader ( 2002), and The Encyclopedia Project Vol. 3 (Sidebrow, forthcoming). He earned his MFA in Writing at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2000. Little is Left to Tell is his first novel.

Visit Steven at his website.

Tour Stops

Wednesday, May 25th: Sara’s Organized Chaos

Thursday, May 26th: Great Imaginations

Tuesday, May 31st: Ms. Nose in a Book

Wednesday, June 1st: Dwell in Possibility

Thursday, June 2nd: Laura’s Interests

Monday, June 6th: Dreaming Big

Tuesday, June 7th: Alexia’s Books & Such

Wednesday, June 8th: Writing and Running Through Life

Thursday, June 9th: Fearless Creative

Monday, June 13th: Books & Tea

Wednesday, June 15th: Thoughts On This ‘n That

Friday, June 17th: Belle’s Beautiful Books

Monday, June 20th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Tuesday, June 21st: A Bookish Way of Life

Saturday, June 25th: Sharon’s Garden of Book Reviews

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