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Ann Harleman

Ann Harleman is the author of two short story collections—Happiness, which won the Iowa Short Fiction Award, and Thoreau’s Laundry—and two novels, Bitter Lakeand The Year She Disappeared. Among her awards are Guggenheim and Rockefeller fellowships, three Rhode Island State Arts Council fellowships, the Berlin Prize in Literature, the PEN Syndicated Fiction Award, the O. Henry Award, and a Rona Jaffe Writer’s Award.

In an earlier life, having been the first woman to receive a Ph. D. in linguistics from Princeton, Harleman lived and worked behind the Iron Curtain and in Italy. Now happily living within sight of San Francisco Bay, she is on the faculty of Brown University.

Tell Me, Signora
Fiction / Literature
Elixir Press
February 2020
ISBN 9781932418712

"Winner of the Elixir Press Fiction Award"--

The Year She Disappeared
Fiction / Literature
University of Texas Press
March 2008
ISBN 0292717474
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