Carolyn R. Russell, Author

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In the Fullness of Time

In a future where people joyfully arrange their own deaths, a young woman battles the consequences of a biotechnology gone horribly wrong and the cruel theocracy that enforces a sinister solution.

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Same As It Never Was

"Adjusting to a new town becomes especially hard for a teen once she suspects a service club is up to something sinister in this YA mystery.... An entertaining tale aggrandized by an unshakable protagonist and the family she’s thankfully stuck with.” — Kirkus Reviews
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The Films of Joel and Ethan Coen

The Films of Joel and Ethan Coen offers detailed analysis of the filmmakers' first seven feature films. Written for both fans and scholars, the book is an entertaining take on the Coens' unique brand of double vision.

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About Carolyn R. Russell

Carolyn R. Russell is the author of The Films of Joel and Ethan Coen, published by McFarland & Company in 2001. Her humorous YA mystery, Same As It Never Was, was released in 2018 by Big Table. Carolyn’s new YA dystopian thriller, In the Fullness of Time, was published by Vine Leaves Press in March of 2020, and her essays and short stories have appeared in a variety of publications. She holds an M.A. in Film Studies from Chapman University, and has taught on the college, high school, and middle school levels. Carolyn lives north of Boston with her husband and two children.

Contact

To get in touch with Carolyn, please email her at CarolynRRussellAuthor@gmail.com.

 

Find Carolyn R. Russell's Books

In the Fullness of Time can be found through Vine Leaves Press, in bookstores, or at Amazon.

Same As It Never Was can be ordered from this website, found in bookstores, or at Amazon.

The Films of Joel and Ethan Coen can be found in bookstores or at Amazon.

A note about this site's music!

You have the option of listening to Carolyn's favorite classical piece, "Aquarium," by the French Romantic composer Camille Saint-Saens. It's one of the fourteen movements of his iconic suite, "Carnival of the Animals," written in 1886. Enjoy!