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Amy Bloom

Amy Bloom is the author of the New York Times best-selling novels Lucky Us (Random House, 2014) and Away (Random House, 2007), as well as the short-story collections A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You (Random House, 2000), a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist, and Come to Me (HarperCollins, 1993), a National Book Award finalist. She is currently the Distinguished Writer in Residence at Wesleyan University.


Melanie Dunea

Literary Tastes

Spring 2015 | Essays

I love Colette’s work. I’m not so crazy about Colette the person, who seems to have been, on a good day, a terrible mother, a terrible daughter, a crap friend, and faintly anti-Semitic. On the other hand, she would eviscerate a tray of chocolate [...]