"Elizabeth Crook on The Which Way Tree and Writing Historical Fiction"
Elizabeth hopes this will be a casual conversation with members, guided mostly through an informal Q&A. She's happy to answer any questions about any of her books, as well as about writing and publishing fiction.
is the author of five novels, including The Night Journal
, which received the Spur Award from Western Writers of America; Monday, Monday
, a Kirkus Reviews Best Book of 2014 and winner of the Jesse H. Jones Award from The Texas Institute of Letters; and The Which Way Tree
, currently in development for film. Elizabeth has written for The Southwestern Historical Quarterly
and Texas Monthly
and is co-writer, with Stephen Harrigan, of the screenplay for The Which Way Tree
. She lives in Austin with her family.