White Nights in Split Town City (Paperback)

By Annie DeWitt

Tyrant Books, 9780991360840, 300pp.

Publication Date: August 9, 2016

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Description

Both coming-of-age story and cautionary tale. In her mother's absence, Jean is torn between the adult world and her surreal fantasies of escape as she and Fender build a fort to survey the rumors of their town.

Annie DeWitt is a fiction writer, essayist, and critic. She holds a BA from Brown University and an MFA in fiction from Columbia University School of the Arts. She teaches in the Undergraduate Creative Writing Program at Columbia University. Her writing has appeared in Granta, the Believer, Tin House, Guernica, Esquire, NOON (where an excerpt of this novel first appeared), BOMB, Electric Literature, and the American Reader, among others. Her story "Influence," which first appeared in Esquire's Napkin Fiction Project, was recently anthologized in Short: An International Anthology, edited by Alan Ziegler (Persea, 2014). DeWitt was a co-founding editor of Gigantic, a literary journal of short prose and art carried throughout the United States and abroad. She currently pens a bimonthly nonfiction column about art, literature, film and criticism for the Believer, called "Various Paradigms.



About the Author

Annie DeWitt is a fiction writer, essayist and critic. She holds a BA from Brown University and an MFA in fiction from Columbia School of The Arts. She teaches in the Undergraduate Creative Writing Program at Columbia University. Her writing has appeared in Granta, The Believer, Tin House, Guernica, Esquire, NOON (where an excerpt of this novel first appeared), BOMB, Electric Literature, and The American Reader, amongst others. Her story, "Influence," which first appeared in Esquire's Napkin Fiction Project was recently anthologized in Short: An International Anthology, edited by Alan Ziegler (Persea, 2014). DeWitt was a co-founding editor of Gigantic, a literary journal of short prose and art carried throughout the U.S. and abroad. She currently pens a bimonthly nonfiction column about art, literature, film and criticism for The Believer, called "Various Paradigms."