Blair Hurley is a Pushcart Prize winner whose work has been published in “West Branch” and “Mid-American Review,” among others. A native of Boston, she now lives in Toronto, where she teaches creative writing at the University of Toronto. Her debut novel, “The Devoted,” was published by W. W. Norton & Company in August 2018.
News and Review:
Sex, Love and Religious Fervor Abound in Two New Novels (The New York Times)
Finding Her Way: The Devoted by Blair Hurley (The Rumpus)
Surviving 8th grade: How a shy Irish Catholic girl found refuge in Yiddish Club (Salon)
False Prophets Come Under Fire in Two Timely Summer Novels (Time)
The Dharma Girls (The Paris Review)
13 Books to Thrill, Entertain, and Sustain You This Summer (Vogue)