Somebody Up There Hates You - A Novel
Somobody Up There Hates You
— A novel by Hollis Seamon
Now available from Algonquin Young Readers
A novel by Hollis Seamon, now available for order from Algonquin Young Readers, IndieBound, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powell's, Workman ...
Death is the New Sleep - a Kindle Single Fiction
Corporeality - Stories
— Stories by Hollis Seamon
Now available from Able Muse Press
Story collection from Hollis Seamon, now available for order from Able Muse Press, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Foyles, and other online and offline bookstores worldwide.
The Long-Lost Limericks of HVSSubmitted by Hollis Seamon on Wed, 03/16/2016 - 11:42
For over a year, I've been part of a project for the Friends of the Kinderhook Memorial Library. This project began with an amazing discovery in the library basement: a turn-of-the-20th century, never-published book containing paintings, sketches and limericks by the writer Harold Van Santvoord. We're finally ready to reveal this wonderful book to the world. It's a great example of the folk art and humor of its time. Here's a link to the brand-new video about the book, the author and his hometown of Kinderhook, NY. Enjoy:
Nested and Evening All AfternoonSubmitted by Hollis Seamon on Sat, 03/14/2015 - 10:46
Last fall, I had a chance to write a flash fiction based on the image "Nested" by the terrific artist, Laura Christensen. My story, called "Evening All Afteroon," was part of a show put on by the Albany Public Library, in which writers from the College of Saint Rose MFA program created writing prompts and poems/stories based on the work of local artists. The project was called Written Response Requested and was tons of fun.
Paperback Pub Day for Somebody Up There Hates YouSubmitted by Hollis Seamon on Tue, 09/02/2014 - 15:39
Today's the day! Algonquin Young Readers has released the paperback edition of SOMEBODY UP THERE HATES YOU. It's also out in Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Spain, France, and Germany. And it's won some great awards: Fall 2013 Kids' Indie Next List Pick, 2014 YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults, Kirkus Reviews Best Teen Books of 2013, Bank Street College of Education Outstanding Book of 2013, and Scholastic Book Clubs Selection. Let's hope that the paperback edition lands in many readers' hands!
Corporeality Takes a Gold IPPY Award!Submitted by Hollis Seamon on Mon, 05/12/2014 - 10:57
My story collection, CORPOREALITY, was awarded a gold medal from the Independent Publisher Book Awards (aka IPPY Awards), in the short story category! It's in fine company and I'm so pleased.
May Events for SOMEBODY UP THERE HATES YOUSubmitted by Hollis Seamon on Sun, 04/27/2014 - 14:02
Some fun events are happening in May!
On Saturday, May 3, I'll be spending the day at the Hudson Children's Book Festival, along with tons of other children's and YA book writers. It's a great celebration of all sorts of books for young readers. Take a look at their web site: www.hudsonchildrensbookfestival.com . On the Friday before the festival, at 5:45 p.m., I'll be interviewed on WGXC radio about SUTHY and my other books. Looking forward to a wonderful time!
What a week for DIEU ME DETESTE and CORPOREALITY!Submitted by Hollis Seamon on Fri, 03/14/2014 - 09:30
On March 13, my SUTHY novel came out in Paris in its French translation, Dieu Me Deteste. The publisher, La Belle Colere, has done an amazing promotion: see it at www.facebook.com/labellecolere . Viva la France!
And, today I heard that my story collection, Corporeality, is a finalist for Foreword Review's Best Book of the Year 2013, in the adult fiction/short story category. See the list of finalists at https://botya.forewordreviews.com/finalist/2013 .
SUTHY Goes Global!Submitted by Hollis Seamon on Tue, 02/18/2014 - 09:00
Somebody Up There Hates You is coming out around the globe in the next few months! The Spanish-language edition, from Planeta Publishing, is now available: the title is Alguien Alla Arriba Te Odia. In France, a hard cover edition will soon be out from Anne Carriere Editions, as the very first title in their new imprint, La Belle Colere. The French title is Dieu Me Deteste. And in Germany, Random House is publishing the book as Einer Da Oben Hasst Mich.