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Lisa Taddeo is a two-time recipient of the Pushcart Prize (2017, 2019). Her debut nonfiction, THREE WOMEN, and debut novel, ANIMAL, are forthcoming from Simon and Schuster. THREE WOMEN, reported over the past eight years, explores the sex lives and desires of three ordinary women, in diverse circumstances across America. Lisa’s debut short story collection, GHOST LOVER, also from Simon and Schuster, will follow. She received her MFA in fiction as the Saul Bellow Fellow from Boston University. Lisa’s fiction has been published in or is forthcoming from Granta, The Sewanee Review, CQR, Notre Dame Review, NER, The Sun Magazine and Esquire Magazine, among others. She is a frequent contributor to Esquire Magazine, New York Magazine, Elle Magazine, The New York Observer, Glamour Magazine and The Sun Magazine. Lisa's work has been included in Best American Sports Writing and Best American Political Writing. She is the winner of the William Holodnok fiction prize and the winner of the 2017 Florence Engel Randall Award in fiction.