Maria Adelmann’s work has been published by Tin House, n 1, The Threepenny Review, Indiana Review, Epoch, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, AQR, MQR, SER, and others.
She has an MFA in fiction from The University of Virginia.
She enjoys learning complicated new crafts and letting personal projects take over her life. A longtime resident of Baltimore,
Adelmann recently moved to Copenhagen after getting stuck there during the pandemic.
You can follow her on Twitter or Instagram @ink176 or visit her webage www.MariaInk.com
Genres: Literary Fiction
Maria Adelmann recommends
Gerardo Sámano Córdova
"In Gerardo Samano Cordova's spare, soulful, and singular Monstrilio, a mother's grief turns monstrous, literally taking on a life of its own. As tender and terrifying as its titular character, Monstrilio is just as likely to work its way into your heart as into your nightmares. Prepare to unhinge your jaw and devour it whole."
The Brittanys (2021)
"Honest, funny, and totally engrossing, The Brittanys chronicles the freshman year of one of five Brittanys at a suburban prep school in the early 2000s. Author Brittany Ackerman’s most impressive feat is transforming the unspectacular, everyday events and humiliations of teenagehood into a fascinating and heartfelt narrative. Somehow, she’s captured that special blend of nostalgia and cringe that you can otherwise only find by flipping through a high school yearbook."
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