Heather Kristin has written about working on Sex and the City, youth culture in Russia, and home-schooling for various publications including Glamour, Slate, St. Petersburg Times, New York Press, and West Side Spirit. Heather’s unpublished novel BROOKLYN TO BOMBAY was a finalist for the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award. An essay she wrote willappear in a Simon and Schuster 2011 anthology, LOVE AND LET LIVE. Recently she was honored by the State of New Jersey General Assembly for her dedication on women’s issues and is thrilled to be returning for her fourth year as a mentor for an at-risk teen at Girls Write Now. Heather is currently writing a memoir and lives in Brooklyn with her husband and baby daughter Daisy.
LOVE AND LET LIVE (anthology), 2011
Lauren Grodstein's books include the novels A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY and REPRODUCTION IS THE FLAW OF LOVE and the story collection THE BEST OF ANIMALS. Her pseudonymous Girls Dinner Club was a New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age. Her work has been translated into German, Italian, French, Turkish, and other languages, and her essays and stories have been widely anthologized. Lauren teaches creative writing at Rutgers-Camden, where she helps administer the college’s MFA program. She lives with her husband and son in New Jersey.
A FRIEND OF THE FAMILY, 2010
REPRODUCTION IS THE FLAW OF LOVE, 2005
THE FLAW OF LOVE, 2005
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