Goldie Goldbloom's first novel, The Paperbark Shoe (Picador, 2011), won the AWP Novel Award and the IndieFab Novel of the Year. Her writing is in The Kenyon Review and Prairie Schooner, in anthologies like Best Australian Short Stories, and in her collection, You Lose These (Fremantle Press, 2011). She was awarded an NEA Fellowship and a Brown Foundation Dora Maar Fellowship. Goldbloom teaches creative writing at University of Chicago and Northwestern University. She is an LGBT activist and has eight children.
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