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Lydia Fitzpatrick

Lydia Fitzpatrick’s work has appeared in the The O. Henry Prize Stories, The Best American Mystery Stories, One Story, Glimmer Train,and elsewhereShe was a Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University, a fiction fellow at the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing, and a recipient of an Elizabeth George Foundation grant. She graduated from Princeton University and received an MFA from the University of Michigan. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughters.    


Genres: Literary Fiction
Lydia Fitzpatrick recommends
The Comfort of Monsters (2021)
Willa C Richards
"The Comfort of Monsters captivates with a cold case, and becomes an unflinching, unapologetic story of sexuality, victimhood, and the dangerous pull of memory. Richards exposes the underbelly of grief, shows the heartbeat shaking that thin skin, and leaves you, at novel’s end, holding something raw, fragile and essentially human. A remarkable debut."
Better Luck Next Time (2020)
Julia Claiborne Johnson
"Charming, captivating and big-hearted, Better Luck Next Time pulls you into a fascinating and hilarious world—a Depression-era divorce ranch outside of Reno—where love in all its complexities will have you laughing and crying until the last page."
How Quickly She Disappears (2020)
Raymond Fleischmann
"Enthralls from the first page to the last. It's both a gripping, cinematic mystery and a powerful exploration of the way that loss and longing tip into obsession."

Books containing stories by Lydia Fitzpatrick
The Best American Mystery Stories 2016 (2016)
(Best American Mystery Stories)
edited by
Elizabeth George and Otto Penzler

Award nominations
2019 Barnes & Noble Discover Prize for Fiction (shortlist) : Lights All Night Long

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