Leni Zumas: Red Clocks
Leni Zumas will be in conversation with Alexis Smith for Leni's new title, "Red Clocks", noted by Library Journal as "the Handmaid's Tale for the new millennium."
In an America that has outlawed abortion and in vitro fertilization, five very different women navigate identity, ambition, motherhood, and a modern-day witch trial. "Hilarious, terrifying, and masterful." --Alissa Nutting, author of TAMPA
Leni Zumas is the author of the novel "Red Clocks" (2018); the story collection "Farewell Navigator" (2008); and the novel "The Listeners" (2012), which was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award. She lives in Portland, Oregon, and teaches in the MFA program at Portland State University. Her website is lenizumas.com.
Alexis Smith is the author of the novels "Glaciers" (2012), winner of the 2013 Oregon Book Award, and "Marrow Island" (2016). She lives in Spokane, Washington with her wife and son.
A National Bestseller
A New York Times Editor's Choice
A Time Magazine Best Book of the Year
An Amazon Best Book of the Month
An Indie Next Pick
One of Wall Street Journal's Twelve Books to Read This Winter
An Esquire most anticipated book of 2018
An Elle Best Book of Winter