MARISA SILVER is the author of the novels Little Nothing and Mary Coin, a New York Times bestseller and winner of the Southern California Independent Bookseller’s Award. She is also the author of The God of War (a Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist); No Direction Home; and two story collections, Alone with You and Babe in Paradise (a New York Times Notable Book and Los Angeles Times Best Book of the Year). Winner of a Guggenheim Fellowship in the Creative Arts, Silver’s short fiction has won the O. Henry Award and been included in The Best American Short Stories, The O. Henry Prize Stories, and other anthologies. She lives in Los Angeles.
Eva Kaminsky is a New York–based actor and audiobook narrator with over 150 titles to her credit. She trained at Boston University. Kaminsky has acted in numerous productions on television and film, including titles such as Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Happyish, Ugly Betty, ER, Numbers, Law & Order, and others.
Alison Fraser is a nationally acclaimed performer who has appeared on Broadway, off-Broadway, and in concert at such venues as Carnegie Hall, the White House, the Town Hall, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Tisch Center for the Arts, the Folger Shakespeare Library, the Wilma Theater, the Emelin Theatre, and the Symphony Space.
Mark Zeisler is an actor known for his appearances in Two Weeks Notice, The Thomas Crown Affair, Shaft, House of Cards, and other productions.
In her first novel since The God of War, critically acclaimed author Marisa Silver takes Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother” photograph as inspiration for a breathtaking reinvention—a story of two women, one famous and one forgotten,...[SEE MORE]