In her review of White Plains, V.S. Kemanis calls the main character Flynn "the most fully-drawn character I've seen anywhere." Read her interview with David here.
On Saturday, May 18, David will be appearing at the First Annual Sleepy Hollow Lit Fest in Tarrytown, NY. David will be reading from his novel White Plains, signing books, and haranguing visitors about the [...]
Schedule for Arapahoe Libraries’ 2018 “Village Read” Celebration, Featuring David Hicks’s WHITE PLAINS
WHITE PLAINS has been chosen as the 2018 "Village Read" by Arapahoe Libraries, serving a county of over 600,000 residents (Greenwood Village, Centennial, Littleton, Southglenn). The Kick-Off is on August 2, followed by appearances throughout [...]
White Plains was named one of Colorado's Ten Best Books of 2017 by Westword Magazine!
Feature Article, “How Creede Taught Me to Be a Coloradan,” in Colorado Life Magazine (May/June 2017)
David's personal essay on the impact that Creede, Colorado had on him during a key period of his life was published in Colorado Life Magazine in the May/June 2017 issue, accompanied by the beautiful photographs [...]
David explains the unusual origins of his novel, WHITE PLAINS, and chats with Bianca Glinskas of OnDenver.com about other aspects of the book. Read it here.
On Friday, April 27 at 7 p.m., a veritable all-star team of authors, including David Hicks--all Colorado Book Awards Finalists-- will be reading at BookBar (43rd and Tennyson) in Denver!
David's debut novel, White Plains, is a finalist in the Literary Fiction category, along with the brilliant novels by Laura Pritchett and Peter Heller. Winners will be announced at the June 2 ceremony, 4:30 at [...]
David's debut novel, White Plains, has been selected by Arapahoe County Libraries as this year's "Village Read." This August, hundreds of Arapahoe Libraries patrons and Greenwood Village residents will be given access to the novel, [...]
David was interviewed by KGNU news director Maeve Conran and (Boulder Bookstore book buyer) Arsen Kashkashian on KGNU's "Radio Bookclub," and afterwards was joined by Conundrum/Bower House Press publisher Caleb Seeling for KGNU's podcast, "After [...]