Aline Ohanesian’s debut novel, Orhan’s Inheritance, was a Barnes & Noble Discovery Pick, an Indie #1 Pick, and a finalist for the Dayton Peace Prize, the PEN Bellwether Award for Socially Engaged Fiction, the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize, and the Dublin International Literary Prize which makes it the perpetual bridesmaid of literary novels. She’s hard at work on her second novel.
“I don’t think you can really go home again. I was more interested in what happens if you have to”: Melissa Scholes Young chats with Aline Ohanesian about motherhood, small-town USA, and her debut novel, Flood, out this week from Center Street/Hachette.
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