Books by Sara Pritchard

Sara Pritchard is the author of the novel Crackpots, which was selected as a New York Times Notable Book and was chosen by Ursula Hegi to receive the Bakeless Prize for fiction. She holds an M.F.A. in creative writing from West Virginia University and has


LATELY by Sara Pritchard
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 2, 2007

"While exploring issues of self- and reinvention, of rootedness and disconnection, Pritchard brings her characters deeply and movingly to life."
Set in the fictional towns and suburban subdivisions of what Pritchard (Crackpots, 2003) calls New Northwest Pennsi-hi-o, these subtly linked 11 stories give dignity to characters whose quirky secret natures are often overlooked. Read full book review >
CRACKPOTS by Sara Pritchard
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 17, 2003

"Ursula Hegi provides a laudatory preface, but, in spite of its separately captivating moments, Pritchard's debut (a Bakeless Prize winner) doesn't develop—or gain power—so much as just keep on going."
A loose-jointed first novel of a woman, from an eccentric family, whose life ends up unfocused. Read full book review >