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Sloane Crosley


USA flag (b.1978)

Sloane Crosley is a writer living in New York. She graduated from Connecticut College in 2000 with a degree in creative writing. Her essays and criticism have appeared in The New York Times, BlackBook magazine, The New York Observer, The Village Voice, Playboy Magazine, Maxim Magazine, Mirabella, and numerous other literary journals and websites. Her collection of essays, I Was Told Thered Be Cake, was released on April 1, 2008. She has appeared on FOX News, Sirius Satellite Radio and NPR. She currently works as a publicist at Vintage Books, a division of Random House.
 

Genres: Romance, General Fiction
 

Novels
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Non fiction
   Sad Stuff on The Street (2018) (with Greg Larson)
   Look Alive Out There (2018)
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Disappearing Earth (2019)
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"A feat of literary suspense. I felt like a wide-eyed kid reading Julia Phillips's Disappearing Earth. I could live in her portrayal of this remote part of the world forever."
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Fake Accounts (2021)
Lauren Oyler
"Lauren Oyler’s Fake Accounts is such an ensorcelling blend of insight, comedy and suspense, you almost don’t notice yourself being filleted alive in these pages. A note to fellow readers of the twenty-first century: Anyone familiar with the allure of social media will adore this coolly observed novel. A note to fellow writers of the twenty-first century: Oh crap, she did it."
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Virtue (2021)
Hermione Hoby
"A work of confident elegance and eerie familiarity for anyone who has ever been young, ambitious and blinded by perception."
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Diary of a Void (2022)
Emi Yagi
"What I like about it is that it takes place in Tokyo, but you're really watching quite a closed world [within] Tokyo, a massive city. It doesn't feel narrow [or] solipsistic, but you just have her bouncing basically between work and home for a lot of the novel. And I like that sort of tight shot on the characters. I tried to do that with Cult Classic, too. To give you a cinematic comp, I would say Russian Doll does that very well."

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