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Ed Park is the author of the novel Personal Days. He was a founding editor of The Believer, the literary editor of The Village Voice, and an editor at Penguin Press. His stories and articles have appeared in The New Yorker, Bookforum, The New York Review of Books, and Harper's. 

He wrote a science-fiction column for the Los Angeles Times and a comics column for The New York Times. He lives in Manhattan with his family.


Genres: Literary Fiction
New and upcoming books
   Personal Days (2008)
   Same Bed Different Dreams (2023)
Anthologies edited
   Buffalo Noir (2013) (with Brigid Hughes)
Non fiction
Ed Park recommends
The Morningside (2024)
Téa Obreht
"Imagine a Ballardian dystopia injected with a double dose of magic realism, so that the pages seem to glow. . . . An ideal novel in which all is invented and everything is true. I loved it."
The Liberators (2023)
E J Koh
"A piercing, patient debut by one of our finest chroniclers of American han. You won't know what hit you until the final, perfect image."
Pay as You Go (2023)
Eskor David Johnson
"A wondrous mock epic, dreamlike yet jaunty, the likes of which we haven't seen in a long time. [...] Johnson's gift for pure invention is downright Garcia Marquezian, and Polis is his rambunctious Macondo, a place readers will want to visit again and again."

More recommendations 

Anthologies containing stories by Ed Park
Dark City Lights (2015)
New York Stories
edited by
Lawrence Block
Trampoline (2003)
An Anthology
edited by
Kelly Link

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