Lorraine Adams, a Pulitzer prize-winning writer, was educated at Princeton University and was a graduate fellow at Columbia University, where she received a master's degree in literature. She lives in New York City.
Lorraine Adams recommends
Beneath the Lion's Gaze (2010)
"An important novel, rich in compassion for its anguished characters."
Black Mamba Boy (2010)
"Ambitious... A phenominal fast-forward story... The novel takes on a Job-like tenor."
Disappearing Earth (2019)
"Disappearing Earth is a rare achievement: haunting and complex; intense yet subtle; sophisticated yet unputdownable; moving yet never sentimental; foreign yet somehow familiar. And it snaps shut at the end with dark poise. Julia Phillips possesses a unique talent, and I can’t wait for her next book."
The Cave Dwellers (2021)
"Christina McDowell has written a delicious, cunningly plotted page-turner about my former home, Washington, D.C. She nails all kinds of insider nostrums, lies, handbags, tacky earrings, sexual predation, private clubs, teenage nihilism and most revealingly, racism, as only the elite can practice it at its most virulent. She’s a huge talent with a huge heart."
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