Michelle Huneven on 'Search'
When Michelle Huneven wrote her novel, Search, aspects of her real life and experience serving on her own church’s search committee couldn’t help but emerge on the page.
Throughout this novel, following the search committee of a Unitarian Universalist Church on its quest to find a new minister, Huneven explores the treatment of women as the “last frontier” and the effects of unconscious bias.
I spoke with Michele Huneven about fictionalization of real people, her experience as a restaurant critic, and the desire for change. I’m Beth Golay, this is Marginalia and here’s our conversation.
Search by Michelle Huneven was published by Penguin Press.
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