Lynn Schmeidler (Author)
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March 27, 2024
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About the Author
Lynn Schmeidler's fiction has appeared in Conjunctions, Georgia Review, KR Online, the Southern Review, and other publications, and she won the 2023 BOMB Fiction Contest for her short story "InventEd." She has been awarded residencies at Vermont Studio Center and Virginia Center for Creative Arts. She is the author of the poetry book History of Gone and two poetry chapbooks, Wrack Lines and Curiouser & Curiouser. She lives in the Hudson Valley.
"Half-Lives is an extraordinary debut, an endlessly smart, endlessly cool, endlessly moving collection full of evocative desire and wonder. Schmeidler has a gift for hooky, high concept openings, plus the chops to deliver on those promises in ways you might not see coming. I've rarely been so consistently surprised by a short story writer; I can't wait to reread these stories and be amazed all over again."--Matt Bell, author of "Appleseed"