Hell of a Book, by North Carolina-based New York Times bestselling novelist Jason Mott, has been featured on The Today Show and Good Morning America and on the must-read lists of Entertainment Weekly, USA Today, New York Post, Real Simple, Fortune, and The Root.
NeverMore Books and the nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center will host an in-person evening with Jason Mott in conversation with bookseller Lorrie Anderson on Thursday, September 23, at 6:00 p.m. Presented as part of the Conroy Center’s fifth annual Lowcountry Book Club Convention, this author event is free and open to the public, and will be held at NeverMore Books (910 Port Republic St., Beaufort). Seating is limited; to reserve your spot, please contact the bookstore at 843-812-9460.
Learn more about the Lowcountry Book Club Convention’s full schedule of events, September 21-25, at https://lowcountrybookclubconvention5.eventbrite.com
About Hell of a Book
“Hell of a Book is a masterwork of balance, as Mott navigates the two narratives and their delicate tonal distinctions. A surrealist feast of imagination that’s brimming with very real horrors, frustrations and sorrows, it can break your heart and make you laugh out loud at the same time, often on the same page. This is an achievement of American fiction that rises to meet this particular moment with charm, wisdom and truth.”—BookPage (starred review)
“Hell of a Book is a timely and robust exploration of myriad forms of love and of the precariousness of being Black in America. Mott masterfully threads two seemingly disparate narratives—one fantastical, the other all too familiar—into a labyrinthian surrealist tale that is by turns farcical and heartrending, tragic and redemptive.”—Charleston Post and Courier
About Jason Mott
Author of Hell of a Book, Jason Mott has published three previous novels. His first novel, The Returned, was a New York Times bestseller and was turned into a TV series that ran for two seasons. Mott has a BFA in Fiction and an MFA in Poetry, both from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, where he has also served as Writer in Residence. His poetry and fiction have appeared in various literary journals. www.jasonmottauthor.com