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Edan Lepucki

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Edan Lepucki is a graduate of Oberlin College and the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Her short fiction has been published in McSweeney's, the Los Angeles Times Magazine, Narrative Magazine, Meridian, and FiveChapters, among other publications, and she is the winner of the 2009 James D. Phelan Award. She is a staff writer for The Millions and lives in Los Angeles, where she was born and raised.

She likes cooking, reading and filling out forms.

Genres: Literary Fiction, Science Fiction
   California (2014)
   Woman No. 17 (2017)
   Time's Mouth (2023)
Novellas and Short Stories
Non fiction show
Edan Lepucki recommends
When the World Goes Quiet (2024)
Gian Sardar
"Moving, riveting, romantic, and poignant, Gian Sardar's When the World Goes Quiet swept me away. It also allowed me to reflect on how brutalizing and dehumanizing war is - and how humanity seeks connection, solace, and truth among darkness and ruin. A beautiful novel."
The Lookback Window (2023)
Kyle Dillon Hertz
"The Lookback Window is an unforgettable debut, as beautiful as it is brutal. Kyle Dillon Hertz's writing is immediate, unvarnished, and authentic, and his novel investigates all that is fragile and unbreakable in the human psyche. This is a powerful book that kept me up at night. It won't soon let go of me."
The Possibilities (2023)
Yael Goldstein-Love
"The Possibilities hooked me immediately with its ingenious premise and a story so suspenseful that I had no choice but to ignore everything else to read to its stunning conclusion. Yael Goldstein-Love is an enormous talent."

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