Laury A. Egan, author of “The Outcast Oracle”, at South Jersey Humanists

Laury A. Egan talking about “The Creative Individual and the Correlation to Non-Believing” and her novel, “The Outcast Oracle,” published by Humanist Press. Photo by Michael Cluff.


About Laury A. Egan

The author of "The Outcast Oracle" (A Kirkus Reviews "Best Book of 2013"); "Fog and Other Stories'" a psychological suspense novel, "Jenny Kidd'" and "Fabulous! An Opera Buffa" (forthcoming, 2018). Poetry: two full-length collections: "Snow, Shadows, a Stranger" and "Beneath the Lion's Paw;" and a chapbook, "The Sea & Beyond," all issued in limited editions. For many years, she worked as a senior designer and administrator for Princeton University Press and later as a freelancer for 20 publishers.
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One Response to Laury A. Egan, author of “The Outcast Oracle”, at South Jersey Humanists

  1. Richard Hartwell says:

    An absolutely outstanding connection! I only wish I could have been there to reinforce the support I know she received. Laury Egan’s precisely drawn protagonist in “The Outcast Oracle” embodies the mutual themes of creative humanism and individual awakening to the world at large. For those humanists with young (and maybe not so young) emerging adults in their extended families, I cannot more highly recommend Laury’s book. (And perhaps you should get a second copy for yourself to revisit what first maturation was like, and have a damn good read, too!}

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