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Carrie La Seur

Carrie La Seur’s critically acclaimed debut novel The Home Place (William Morrow 2014) won the High Plains Book Award, was short-listed for the Strand Critics Award for Best First Novel, and was an IndieNext pick, a Library Journal pick, one of the Great Falls Tribune’s Top 10 Montana Books for 2014, and a Florida SunSentinel Best Crime Fiction pick for 2014. In 2018, Morrow released La Seur’s second novel, The Weight of An Infinite Sky, a family drama set in southern Montana and loosely based on Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Carrie’s résumé includes a degree in English and French magna cum laude from Bryn Mawr College, a Rhodes Scholarship, a doctorate in modern languages from Oxford University, and a Yale law degree. Her writing appears in such diverse media as Daily Beast; Grist; the Guardian; Harvard Law and Policy Review; High Country News; Kenyon Review Online; Mother Jones; Oil, Gas, and Energy Law; Rumpus; and Salon. Carrie has completed the Iowa Writers’ Workshop Summer Session and was a Susannah McCorkle Scholar at the 2016 Sewanee Writers’ Conference.

My Speakers Sessions

Saturday, September 29

10:30am PDT