Patricia Schultheis

"The Haint"

Description of new work

Selected Works

Prize winning short story collection. To be published summer 2015 by Washington Writers Publishing House. In one way or another, all the characters in these stories come to question the commitments they have made, the prices they have paid, and the lies they have told to others and to themselves.
Creative nonfiction
Skating to Seventy, an essay using ice skating as a metaphor for life, won first place for nonfiction sports writing from Winning Writers in 2013.
A lively and detailed pictorial history that captures the essence of a grand institution.
Short Story
Published in Left Curve in 2006, "The Haint" was a fiction finalist in 2005 for the Iowa Review 2005 fiction contest.
Published in Passages North in 2003, “The Assembly,” is the story of a Holocaust survivor who’s living on St. Bart’s Way.