Caitlin Hicks

Caitlin Hicks is an author, international playwright, and acclaimed performer. Her debut novel, A Theory of Expanded Love, won numerous awards: iBooks Best New Fiction, Bronze Book of the Year in Literary Fiction (Indiefab Award), Best Inspirational Fiction (Next Generation Indie Awards), Literary Fiction (Somerset Awards) Silver Medal: Inspirational Fiction (Reader’s Favorite) and JDC Top Must Read Books of 2015.

Ms. Hicks has performed on CBC national radio; one of her plays "Singing the Bones" was adapted to film and screened internationally to critical acclaim. Her monologues are featured in Smith & Kraus’ series Best Women’s Stage Monologues (New York), and She Writes (Playwrights Canada Press). Her writing has been published in The Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Vancouver Sun, and other publications.

Before becoming a playwright and performer, Ms. Hicks worked in publicity for CBS radio and was Manager, Advertising and Promotion for NBC radio in San Francisco. As Press Manager for the public art projects Paintings Below Zero, she facilitated millions of dollars of free international publicity on all media platforms. For these installations in major international cities, she created a temporary fan base of tens of thousands through project-specific blogs.

Books by Caitlin Hicks

Book Reviews by Caitlin Hicks

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The Naked Truth, a memoir by Leslie Morgan, bestselling author of Crazy Love and Mommy Wars, is proof of an experienced writer.

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“For anyone who’s ever wanted to conquer the Big Apple, this novel allows a vicarious experience while witnessing close up the early saga of the force that Cosmopolitan became for

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The first page of When All Is Said is an advertisement from a Thomas Dollard for an “Edward VIII Gold Sovereign Coin, 1936. Willing to pay top price.”

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“A lovely book, a worthy debut novel, a satisfying read.”

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" It’s fascinating to look back at life centuries ago, to imagine the people and their circumstance, and this novel fleshes them out with an assured storytelling style."

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"a worthy read about this gorgeous and talented woman."

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The Glass Ocean, an ambitious project written by three New York Times bestselling authors is a work of historical fiction mixed with a huge mystery at its core and a couple of rom

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Miss Kopp Just Won’t Quit presents a feisty, eccentric woman in the fall of 1916, way before women’s lib was even a term.