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We're pleased to welcome Julia Fine in support of The Upstairs House and Alison Wisdom in support of We Can Only Save Ourselves, in conversation as part of the At Home with Literati series.
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About The Upstairs House: A provocative meditation on new motherhood--Shirley Jackson meets The Awakening--in which a postpartum woman's psychological unraveling becomes intertwined with the ghostly appearance of children's book writer Margaret Wise Brown.
About We Can Only Save Ourselves: One of Newsweek, Bustle, and LitHub's Most Anticipated Books and Goodreads' "Debut Novels to Discover in 2021," We Can Only Save Ourselves is the story of one teenage girl’s unlikely indoctrination and the reverberations in the tight-knit community she leaves behind.
Julia Fine is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago's MFA program. She teaches writing in Chicago, where she lives with her husband and son.
Born, raised, and based in Houston, Texas, Alison Wisdom has an MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts, received a novel-writing grant from Wedgwood Circle, and was a finalist for this year's Rona Jaffe Award. She has attended Tin House and the Lighthouse Writers Workshop, where she was a finalist for the Emerging Writers Fellowship. Alison's short stories have been published in Ploughshares, Electric Literature, The Rumpus, Indiana Review, and more.