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Lisa Taddeo

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Lisa Taddeo is an American author, journalist and two-time recipient of the Pushcart Prize, for her short stories "42", published in the New England Review, and "Suburban Weekend", published in Granta. Her 2019 book, Three Women, became a #1 New York Times best seller.

Genres: Literary Fiction
   Animal (2021)
   Ghost Lover (2022)
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Lisa Taddeo recommends
Mongrel (2024)
Hanako Footman
"Sensational books transcend the very form they elevate by delivering a purity of thought with seeming effortlessness and here, in Mongrel, Hanako Footman conveys the truth of the world in lucid but spinning, transcendental sentences. It's so beautiful that I became lost in it, and I can't find the right words because they are all in this book. Simply, it must be read."
One of the Good Guys (2024)
Araminta Hall
"An absolutely thrilling tale, full of breathless cliffside terror and fresh feminist theory masked in tight, propulsive mystery. I devoured this book."
Ilium (2024)
Lea Carpenter
"Spellbindingly-plotted and told in frank, elegant prose, Ilium is a beautiful book about love and war and innocence lost. Carpenter's depiction of espionage is captivating, while the questions the novel surfaces about identity are perfectly devastating."

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Books containing stories by Lisa Taddeo
The Best Short Stories 2023 (2023)
(O. Henry Prize Stories)
edited by
Lauren Groff

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