Join Misty for an upcoming workshop

Misty will lead a Storytelling session as part of Creative Sessions offered by the Living Proof Exhibit. Join in to talk about how writing can heal us and how our stories can heal others.

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Novels

Novels

A Midwestern mom wakes up one morning as a hot young Hollywood starlet – and discovers she got the bad end of a body-swapping bargain. “Riveting and enthralling!” The Booklife prize Beth Barony is content with her middle-class, Middle America

Short Fiction

Short Fiction

Misty’s award-winning short fiction has appeared in international and national journals in print and online, in several anthologies, and in three acclaimed collections. Other Short Fiction “Leave No Trace” in Roswell: A Literary Collection The rhythmic chirp of the metal

Creative Nonfiction

Creative Nonfiction

In addition to historical and contemporary fiction and medieval scholarship, Misty writes creative nonfiction, reviews for Publishers Weekly, BlueInk Review, and the Historical Novels Review, and is creative nonfiction editor for the New Flash Fiction Review. Selected Nonfiction “Protrusions” in

Book Deal News

Misty recently signed a four-book deal with Scarsdale Publishing for three historical romances and a contemporary romance. Stay tuned for news on release dates and more!

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About the Author

About the Author

Misty Urban wrote her first story at age 5 for the benefit of her younger sister. It was, sources say, a rather conventional piece involving cats, mats, and possibly bats (the work is no longer extant). Her next venture, a journalism/reportage

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Praise for Misty Urban:

"This author has an uncanny ability to explore relationships, love, and loss in a fresh and original way."

Publisher's Weekly starred review of A Lesson in Manners

"Urban draws you in to the circumstances of her characters' lives through prose so keen and almost unbearably lovely that it feels both mysterious and familiar."

Christiana Langeberg author of Half of What I Know

"Urban . . . is a keen observer of the human condition, a skillful wordsmith who writes with powerful clarity, and an absorbing storyteller who commands your attention."

X.H. Collins author of Flowing Water, Falling Flowers