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Edith Pearlman

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Edith Pearlman has created more than 250 works of short fiction and short non-fiction in the United States and her work will be published in Britain for the first time in February 2013. Binocular Vision won the National Book Critics Circle Award in the US and was a finalist for the 2011 National Book Award. Pearlman is the recipient of the PEN/Malamud award.

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2013

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Chair: Mekella Broomberg

“Edith Pearlman has been a secret much too long,” says author Ann Patchett of this Boston-based writer of fiction and non-fiction, whose work, while prolific and garlanded, remains relatively unknown.

“To that great list of human mysteries which includes the construction of the pyramids and the persistent use of Styrofoam as a packing material, let me add this one: why isn’t Edith Pearlman famous?...” says Patchett in the foreword to Binocular Vision: New & Selected Stories.

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David Grossman speaks with Mark Lawson at a special out-of-fesitval event.