Fiction. Christy Stillwell's THE WOLF TONE won the Elixir Press 2017 Fiction Award. This novel, set in a Montana college town, takes us on a journey through such issues as motherhood and freedom, accompanied by a buoyant soundtrack like no other. Debra Spark had this to say about it: "For me, Christy Stillwell's novel THE WOLF TONE was like a wonderful vacation to a beautiful, arty Montana town, where I got to live for a season among musicians, art patrons, locals, and owls. I met a tough-minded single mother, a solitary classical musician, and a vet with a start-up medical marijuana dispensary. By the time my stay was over, I'd heard the unexpected and profound story of these unlikely literary bedfellows, a resonant tale about the choices we make, the secrets we keep, and our (often misguided) expectations regarding love, children, and career. No Airbnb booking required."
Christy Stillwell holds a BA in English from the University of Georgia, an MA in Literature from the University of Wyoming,and an MFA from the Warren Wilson College Program forWriters. She is the author of Amnesia, a chapbook of poetry from Finishing Line Press. Her work has appeared in journals such as The Massachusetts Review, The Tishman Review, and Fourth Genre. She lives in Montana.
Author City: BOZEMAN, MT USA