(1960 - )
Jeffrey Eugenides was educated at Stanford and Brown Universities. He has written stories published in the PARIS REVIEW and received the Aga Khan prize for fiction. He was named one of GRANTA's Best of Young American Novelists in 1996.
Jeffrey Eugenides recommends
Garden State (1992)
"A brave, remarkable and beautiful book."
Home Land (2004)
"Sam Lipsyte is original, devious, and very funny."
The Secret Goldfish (2004)
"Propulsive, riveting, wonderfully atmospheric."
A Strange Commonplace (2006)
"Sorrentino [is] a writer like no other. He's learned, companionable, ribald, brave, mathematical, at once virtuosic and somehow without ego. Sorrentino's books break free of the routine that inevitably accompanies traditional narrative and through a passionate renunciation shine with an unforgiving, yet cleansing, light."
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