Praise for Nathan Englander's "What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank"" ""Englander's new collection of stories tells the tangled truth of life in prose that, as ever, surprises the reader with its gnarled beauty . . . Certifiable masterpieces of contemporary short-story art."--Michael Chabon "A resounding testament to the power of the short story from a master of the form. Englander's latest hooks you with the same irresistible intimacy, immediacy and deliciousness of stumbling in on a heated altercation that is absolutely none of your business; it's what great fiction is all about."--Tea Obreht" ""It takes an exceptional combination of moral humility and moral assurance to integrate fine-grained comedy and large-scale tragedy as daringly as Nathan Englander does."--Jonathan Franzen" ""Courageous and provocative. Edgy and timeless. In Englander's hands, storytelling is a transformative act. Put him alongside Singer, Carver, and Mun
About the Author
Nathan Englander was born in New York in 1970. His short fiction has appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker, and numerous anthologies including The Best American Short Stories, The O. Henry Prize Anthology, and The Pushcart Prize. Englander's story collection, FOR THE RELIEF OF UNBEARABLE URGES earned him a PEN/Malamud Award and the American Academy of Arts and Letters Sue Kauffman Prize. In 1999 he was named one of the Top 20 Writers under 40 by the New York TImes. He lives in Manhattan.