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Release Date: 05/26/2021

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Molly interviews author Sadie Hoagland about her new book, "Strange Children".

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ABOUT "STRANGE CHILDREN"

In a polygamist commune in the desert, a fourteen-year-old boy and a twelve-year-old girl fall in love and consummate that love, breaking religious law. They are caught, and a year later, she gives birth to his father’s child while the boy commits murder four hundred miles away—a crime that will slowly unravel the community.

Told by eight adolescent narrators, this is a story of how people use faith to justify cruelty, and how redemption can come from unexpected places. Though seemingly powerless in the face of their fundamentalist religion, these “strange children” shift into the central framework of their world as they come of age.

ABOUT SADIE HOAGLAND

Sadie Hoagland was born in Ogden, Utah, and grew up reading her mother's Nancy Drew books, and rewriting fairy tales. Her work has also appeared in several literary journals, such as Five Points, Alice Blue Review, The Black Herald, South Dakota Review, and the South Carolina Review, and can be read at www.sadiehoagland.com
She currently teaches writing at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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