Author Spotlight: Sheila Heti (2/23/22)

Sheila Heti wows readers once again with her unapologetic, unusual, and unfailingly original approach to timeless subjects.

In her latest novel, PURE COLOUR, Mira grapples with the death of her father in light of the dissolution of another love and looks for a way forward.

PURE COLOUR

An Indie Next pick!

“Mixing the spiritual, philosophical, and mundane, Heti’s out-of-the-ordinary approach nonetheless yields familiar feelings about hope and the universality of art.”–Booklist

Don’t miss Sheila Heti’s previous books:

MOTHERHOOD

2 starred reviews and an Indie Next pick!

“Heti’s (HOW SHOULD A PERSON BE?, 2010) novel of a woman pondering what’s perhaps life’s most essential—and most endlessly debatable—decision is a provocative, creative, and triumphant work of philosophical feminist fiction.”–Booklist, starred review

“[T]his lively, exhilaratingly smart, and deliberately, appropriately frustrating affair asks difficult questions about women’s responsibilities and desires, and society’s expectations.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

HOW SHOULD A PERSON BE?

“Original, contemplative, and often tangential, this is an unorthodox compilation of colorful characters, friendship, and sex that provides an unusual answer to Heti’s question.”–Publishers Weekly

THE CHAIRS ARE WHERE THE PEOPLE GO
TICKNOR

PURE COLOUR by Sheila Heti; 9780374603946; available now.
MOTHERHOOD by Sheila Heti; 9781627790772; available now.
HOW SHOULD A PERSON BE? by Sheila Heti; 9781250032447; available now.
THE CHAIRS ARE WHERE THE PEOPLE GO by Misha Glouberman with Sheila Heti; 9780865479456; available now.
TICKNOR by Sheila Heti; 9780312426637; available now.

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