Joshua Ferris's first novel, Then We Came to the End, won the Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award and was a National Book Award finalist. His fiction has appeared in The New Yorker, Granta, and Tin House, among others. His new novel, The Unnamed, was published in January 2010. He lives in New York.
Joshua Ferris recommends
Girl Trouble (2009)
Holly Goddard Jones
"Jones has a voice as expansive, complex, and beautiful as the country itself."
The Outside Lands (2016)
"Outside Lands is a fine and moving portrait of family ties in wartime."
This Could Hurt (2018)
"All too often, characters in novels live in that rarified novel-world where real-life concerns like jobs and bills and the sudden vital need for a flowchart simply don’t exist. Jillian Medoff remedies this with a refreshingly authentic portrait of corporate America and the varied souls that dream, conspire, flounder and triumph there, and this she does with a great deal of affection and charm. A very enjoyable book."
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