From living above her parents’ hardware store in Brooklyn to living a mile down a gravel road in semi-rural Texas with her husband, two sons, and the local wildlife, Eva Silverfine has explored a variety of urban to rural landscapes. On that journey, she earned two degrees in the environmental sciences, worked in a research lab, and eventually retooled as a copyeditor. She freelances for several academic presses and writes personal narrative and fiction in the in-between spaces. Her short fiction has appeared in a variety of journals; she has published a collection of essays, Elastic Walls; her debut novel, How to Bury Your Dog, was published by Black Rose Writing in 2021; and her novel, Ephemeral Wings, will be published by BRW in October 2022.
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