Erin Pringle-Toungate is the author of The Floating Order. Her
work has been selected as a
Best American Notable Non-Required
, shortlisted for the Charles Pick Fellowship, and a finalist
for contests such as the
Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest and
Kore Press Short Fiction Award. Pringle-Toungate was awarded
Washington State Artist Trust Fellowship, which she used to write
and revise many of these stories.  Learn more at
The Whole World At Once
June 11, 2017, 7 pm @ The Federal Bar
"Readers willing to immerse themselves in sorrow, and sometimes in
narratives that twist and shimmer before taking definite shape, will find
reflected in these stories the unsteady path of coming back to life—or
not—after loss."  
Kirkus Reviews  "Erin Pringle’s stories leave you no
choice. They sing so gorgeously, break your heart so perfectly, that
you’re forced to revise your understanding of loss, luck, and love."  
Tom Noyes  "A strikingly original collection. This book is poetic, yet
has a deep sense of storytelling."  
Laura Long  "There’s no writer
working today who excites me more than Erin Pringle. Her stories
stretch like planks off a cliff, past solid ground, offering breath-stealing
views of grief, love, and mystery. I love this collection."  
Owen Egerton
The Whole World At Once
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Hunter and The Wick'd just completed the recording of their debut
CD entitled
Hunter and the Wick'd. The songs for this recording were
composed while, Hunter, the lead vocalist and songwriter was living in
the high desert of Joshua Tree. The music is a combination of folk,
Americana, and what Hunter calls, Desert Country Roc. Check out their
debut release at
Hunter and The Wick'd (Acoustic)
Hunter and the Wick'd