Elizabeth Crane is the author of four collections of short stories, When the Messenger is Hot, All this Heavenly Glory, You Must Be This Happy to Enter, and Turf. Her work has been translated into several languages and has been featured in numerous publications. Crane is a recipient of the Chicago Public Library 21st Century Award, and her work has been adapted for the stage by Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theater company, and also been adapted for film. She teaches in the UCR-Palm Desert low-residency MFA program. Her debut novel, We Only Know So Much, was published by HarperPerennial in 2012 and a feature film adaptation is currently in postproduction for a 2016 release. Her novel The History of Great Things will be published by Harper Perennial in April 2016.
Life Without Coffee Would Probably Suck: An Interview with Elizabeth Crane
Heather Scott Partington interviews Elizabeth Crane about her latest collection of stories, “Turf.”...