Abby's poems "crimson thoughts" and "Small Hands, Bad Back" were recently published by Across the Margin. Read them by clicking here or following the link below. https://acrossthemargin.com/two-poems-by-abby-n-lewis/
Amy Falls Down is the sequel to The Writing Class; however, I read Amy Falls Down first (I haven't read The Writing Class yet), and it stands up on its own as a novel. There is what I assume to be several spoilers of the ending of the first book, but other than that, Amy Falls Down works as its own novel. Amy is a novelist who hasn't written for decades. She prefers the hermit life, but one day she takes a tumble in her garden, hitting her head on the bird bath and coming to some time later. Amy's fall triggers a string of events which somehow lead to her being rediscovered as a novelist.
There's a new review up for Abby's chapbook, This Fluid Journey, all the way from Tokyo! https://www.instagram.com/p/Bxankn9glt4/?fbclid=IwAR0ZzvWjgfBz73ShFwtFXzt6ERBlUYExbObKN1wE-68i6pa8dpUTnkcMmR8
Two of Abby's poems, "Palm Up, Fingers Curled" and "Prisoner," can be read in the latest issue of The Crambo.
Abby's short story "Empty Vessels" was just published in the Summer 2018 issue of Sweet Tree Review!
Exciting news! Abby has a chapbook forthcoming from Finishing Line Press titled This Fluid Journey, and it is now available for preorder. TFJ is a coming of age story for women, from the happy days of childhood and sunshine to the fear and anxiety of the college days. Poet Jessie Graves writes, "Abby N. Lewis is…
A wonderful review of Abby's poetry collection Reticent can be read via this link. Here's a taste of some of the nice things Diana Iozzia had to say about the book: Abby’s poetry deserves a nice cup of tea, a seat on a bench by a beautiful lake, and a nice sun in the sky. I…