Gloss’ five novels, including The Hearts of Horses and Falling From Horses, span the time from home-steading the northwest in the 1890s to a near future space colony. “[To] my way of thinking, there’s a continuous line between historical fiction and science fiction. We are every bit as distanced from the past as we are from the future,” says Gloss.
Molly Gloss has been awarded the Oregon Book Award, a Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award, the PEN West Fiction Prize, the James Tiptree Jr. Award; as well as a Whiting Writers Award. In her writing she seeks to retell the classic American western story as a narrative of communities and human individuals, shaping it around the realities of the historical West and finding a central place in it for women.
This free public program is suitable for adults. More details about the events will be released in March. For more information about this program, please contact Library Director Amy Hutchinson at 541-947-6019 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Connect with the author at mollygloss.com .