Alix E. Harrow is an ex-historian with lots of opinions and excessive library fines, currently living in Kentucky with her husband and their semi-feral children. Her short fiction has been nominated for the Hugo, Nebula and Locus awards. Her full-length novels include The Ten Thousand Doors of January and The Once and Future Witches.
This book has everything you could possibly want this fall . . . a cursed town, a haunted house, a vivid and eerie setting—plus, characters willing to risk everything -- Reese Witherspoon, Reese’s Book Club October 2023 Pick Alix E. Harrow is an exceptional, undeniable talent, and Starling House, with its gentle reassurances of the homes we make and the love we deserve, is more than satisfying. It’s pure loveliness in book form -- Olivie Blake, author of <i>The Atlas Six</i> Gorgeous, poignant, and honest—an unforgettable read -- Andrea Stewart, author of <i>The Bone Shard Daughter</i> The gaudy, dark seam between horror and romance. Starling House is Alix E. Harrow’s greatest work yet – if you can survive its slow belly-crawl into hell -- Ava Reid, author of <i>Juniper and Thorn</i> This is gothic fairy tale at its best and truest: dark and romantic, angry and hopeful . . . I loved it -- H.G. Parry, author of <i>The Magician's Daughter</i> This book is as knife-edged and sharp as its protagonist, a rich and strange exploration of home and need and want . . . A smart, spectacular contemporary Gothic -- Kat Howard, author of <i>An Unkindness of Magicians</i> This is one you’re going to love -- <i>Glamour Magazine</i> Starling House will no doubt take its place alongside fiction’s most memorable haunted houses -- <i>Publishers Weekly</i>, Starred Review Harrow’s mash-up of twisted fairy tales and Southern gothic fiction is a haunting story of longing, lies, and generational curses -- <i>Library Journal</i>, Starred Review Alix E. Harrow is a fantasy author who just does not miss. This magical, heartfelt haunted house tale is no different -- <i>Paste Magazine</i>