Caitlin Hicks is the author of the 2015 novel A Theory of Expanded Love, which won many awards, including IndieFAB Bronze (now Foreword Indies) and iTunes for “Best New Fiction.” In 2022, the novel won listing on BookRiot’s list of 100 must-read books about Women and Religion alongside celebrated writers Alice Walker, Barbara Kingsolver, Toni Morrison, Arundhati Roy, Margaret Atwood, Ann Patchett, Alice Hoffman and more. The audiobook of A Theory of Expanded Love won NYC BIG BOOK AWARD as a Distinguished Favorite in 2022.
Hicks is also an international playwright and acclaimed performer. Her theatrical writing has been performed in Best Women’s Stage Monologues (New York), SheSpeaks (Playwrights Canada Press), and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s national radio. A screen adaptation of Hicks’s internationally toured play Singing the Bones debuted as a feature film at Montreal World Film Festival (2001) and screened around the world.
Hicks’s writing has been published in Vancouver Sun, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, The Fiddlehead, and other publications. Her podcast SOME KINDA WOMAN, Stories of Us, captures women’s voices at small and profound moments in their lives. Learn more at CaitlinHicks.com.