Fiona Maazel
I'm doing in terms of events, less what transpires in the darkness of my inner life.

I am so bad at updating this page. I’m sorry. Self-promotion has never been my strong suit. But, let’s see.

I just finished my new book, You Tell Her. It tries to reckon with how women narrate the sexists in their lives. I’m incredibly excited about this one. Not sure what this says, but I think it’s my best novel yet.

Another story in Harper’s!

I reviewed Susan Choi’s Trust Exercise for Book Forum.

I have another story in Harper’s. Rule.

I wrote a bit on Leni Zumas’s Red Clocks for Book Forum.

I won a Guggenheim. Yay!

I wrote in praise of Steve Erickson’s Shadowbahn.

I wrote in praise of Karan Mahajan’s novel The Association of Small Bombs. And now it’s a finalist for the NBA. So *someone* has good taste…

I have a story in Harper’s, about which I’m happy. Plus, it’s going to be anthologized in Best American Short Stories 2017.

I wrote a piece for Salon about complexity and art. I helped judge the PEN/Bingham award this year, which was an undertaking. But also pretty fun.

Woke Up Lonely was a finalist for the Believer Book Award, along with some other great books. Rebecca Lee’s collection took it, which I felt good about because those stories are fierce.

Woke Up Lonely recently came out in Israel with Keter Books. I’m especially psyched about that because I have so much family there. Aunts, uncles, cousins, second cousins–you know.

I had four minutes of fun on This American Life. Adventure Stories! I sent four guys to a burning pit of hellfire in Turkmenistan.

I also wrote this piece about the music I listened to most while writing Woke Up Lonely, which you can check out here.

One time, I did this, which was embarrassing. Long Live Tony.

Otherwise, what else can I tell you? The Internet’s really big, go read something!