Henry Bromell

Henry Bromell

Henry Bromell

Henry Bromell won the Houghton Mifflin Literary Award for his first novel, The Slightest Distance. Knopf published his collection of short stories, I Know Your Heart, Marco Polo, as well as his most recent book, the novel Little America. Bromell's stories have appeared in many magazines, among them The New Yorker and Rolling Stone, and have been represented in two O. Henry Award collections. He has written and produced numerous television shows, including Northern Exposure and Chicago Hope. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and son.

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