About

Henry Hitz author of White Knight
Henry Hitz taught pre-school for 30 years in the San Francisco public schools and recently retired from 15 years of organizing parents in the Oakland public schools. He lives in Oakland with his wife, his son, two sisters, two dogs, a cat, and various Airbnb visitors and spends an increasing amount of time in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. He was recently elected treasurer of the California Writers Club Berkeley Branch. He has published stories in Cube Literary Magazine, Instructor Magazine and Moonfish. His first novel, Tales of Monkeyman, won the Walter Van Tilburg Clark Prize. His novel White Knight was published in January 2016 by Wordrunner Press. Asked if White Knight was autobiographical, he replied, “Yes and no.” He has recently completed a new novel, Supremacy, about an old guy with terminal brain cancer whose quest for a meaningful death leads him to attempt to arrange the assassination of one of the reactionary Supreme Court Justices – definitely not autobiographical – published under a pseudonym, K. M. Lovejoy

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