Samantha Hunt

Samantha  Hunt

Samantha Hunt is the author of two books, The Invention of Everything Else, a novel about the life of Nikola Tesla, which was a finalist for the Orange Prize, and The Seas, recipient of a National Book Foundation Award for writers under 35.  Her short stories and essays have appeared in The New YorkerMcSweeney’sA Public SpaceCabinetEsquireBlind SpotSeed MagazineTin House, and on the radio program This American Life.  Her play, The Difference Engine, a story about the life of Charles Babbage, was produced by the Theater of the Two-Headed Calf.  She teaches writing at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.

Readings

Writers On Writing Reading Series - Fall 2009