Therese Anne Fowler is the author of the New York Times bestselling novels "Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald" and "A Well-Behaved Woman." "Z" was adapted for television by Amazon Studios. "A Well-Behaved Woman" is in development for TV with Sony Pictures Television, and was a finalist for the Southern Prize for Fiction.
Her novels are published in translation in more than 20 languages and sold around the world. Her essays have appeared in publications such as The Week, Harper's Bazaar, and The London Telegraph. Her newest novel, "A Good Neighborhood," is a contemporary drama that deals with race, class, environmentalism and young love.
Raised in the Midwest, she now lives in North Carolina. Therese holds a bachelor's degree in sociology/cultural anthropology and a master's of fine arts in creative writing from North Carolina State University.