Allegra Hyde presents and gives reading of debut short story collection
March 30, 2021
Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Allegra Hyde presented at the 2021 AWP Conference and the 14th Annual Clemson Literary Festival in March, reading from her debut short story collection, OF THIS NEW WORLD.
Allegra Hyde publishes essay in The Kenyon Review
March 11, 2021
Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Allegra Hyde published an essay, "The Contagious Collective Epiphany'": On Climate Change, Social Change, and the Right to Vote, in The Kenyon Review.
Allegra Hyde receives book deal
October 15, 2020
Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Allegra Hyde sold her debut novel, Eleutheria, and her second story collection, The Last Catastrophe, to Vintage. Eleutheria is a surreal parable about activism and systemic corruption that charts an idealistic woman’s quest for agency among a cult of eco-revolutionaries in the Bahamas intent on saving a world ravaged by climate change. The Last Catastrophe is a collection of speculative short stories on what it means to live in modern America.
Allegra Hyde Publishes Short Story
May 19, 2020
Allegra Hyde, visiting assistant professor of creative writing, recently published her short story "Afterglow" in Guernica.