In this episode, I chat with Hannah Pittard about her new book, We Are Too Many, styles of writing, divorce, and teaching.
Hannah Pittard is the author of four novels and a forthcoming memoir. Her books have been recommended by the New York Times; Chicago Tribune; O, The Oprah Magazine; Time; The Guardian; The Washington Post; Belletrist; Powell’s Indie subscription club; The Indie Next List; and the signed First Edition Club at Harvard Bookstore. She is a winner of the Amanda Davis Highwire Fiction Award, a MacDowell Colony Fellow, and a graduate of Deerfield Academy, the University of Chicago, and the University of Virginia. She also spent some time at St. John’s College in Annapolis. She is a Professor of English at the University of Kentucky and lives in Lexington with her boyfriend and stepdaughter.