February 16, 2021

Sarah Gailey

Harvard Book Store's virtual event series welcomes bestselling, award-winning writer SARAH GAILEY—author of the acclaimed novels River of TeethMagic for Liars, and Upright Women Wanted—for a discussion of their latest novel, The Echo Wife. They will be joined in conversation by TOCHI ONYEBUCHI, author of the celebrated novels Beast Made of NightWar Girls, and Riot Baby.

Details

I’m embarrassed, still, by how long it took me to notice. Everything was right there in the open, right there in front of me, but it still took me so long to see the person I had married.

It took me so long to hate him.

Martine is a genetically cloned replica made from Evelyn Caldwell’s award-winning research. She’s patient and gentle and obedient. She’s everything Evelyn swore she’d never be.

And she’s having an affair with Evelyn’s husband.

Now, the cheating bastard is dead, and both Caldwell wives have a mess to clean up.

Good thing Evelyn Caldwell is used to getting her hands dirty.

About Author(s)

Sarah Gailey is an internationally published writer of fiction and nonfiction, and a Hugo Award winner. Their nonfiction has been published by Mashable and the Boston Globe, and they are a regular contributor for Tor and the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog. Their most recent fiction credits include Fireside Fiction, Tor and Uncanny Magazine. Their debut novella, River of Teeth, was published in 2017 via Tor and was a 2018 Hugo and Nebula Award finalist.

Tochi Onyebuchi is the author of the young adult novel Beasts Made of Night, which won the Ilube Nommo Award for Best Speculative Fiction Novel by an African, its sequel, Crown of Thunder, and War Girls. He holds a B.A. from Yale, a M.F.A. in screenwriting from the Tisch School of the Arts, a Master's degree in droit économique from Sciences Po, and a J.D. from Columbia Law School. His fiction has appeared in Panverse ThreeAsimov’s Science FictionObsidian, and elsewhere. His non-fiction has appeared in Tor.comNowhere Magazine, the Oxford University Press blog, and the Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy, among other places.