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Margo Rabb



A pseudonym used by M E Rabb

Margo Rabb is the author of the novels Kissing in America and Cures for Heartbreak. Her essays, journalism, book reviews, and short stories have been published in The New York Times, The New York Times Book Review, The Atlantic, Slate, The Rumpus, Zoetrope: All-Story, Seventeen, Best New American Voices, New Stories from the South, One Story, and elsewhere, and have been broadcast on NPR. She received the grand prize in the Zoetrope short story contest, first prize in the Atlantic fiction contest, first prize in the American Fiction contest, and a PEN Syndicated Fiction Project Award. Margo grew up in Queens, New York, and has lived in Texas, Arizona, and the Midwest; she now lives in the Philadelphia area with her husband and children.
 

Genres: Young Adult Fiction
 
Non fiction
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Here So Far Away (2018)
Hadley Dyer
"A sad, funny, heartbreaking, and beautiful book."
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I'm Not Missing (2018)
Carrie Fountain
"I savored and cherished this funny, tender, poetic novel about yearning, love, loss, ambition, and the big questions of life. When I turned the last page, I felt joy for knowing these characters, and a rare and unique sadness that I’d never again get to read this novel for the first time."
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Faye, Faraway (2021)
Helen Fisher
"Faye, Faraway is a magical story of love, loss, and the ways that grief changes us forever. I stayed up all night turning pages until I reached its riveting surprise ending. This is a brave and powerful novel that asks big questions about time, memory, and whether those we love ever truly leave us. It will touch your heart in these difficult times."

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