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Grace Krilanovich


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ABOUT the author

Grace Krilanovich is a writer from California. She has been a MacDowell Colony Fellow, and a finalist for the Starcherone Prize. After the publication of her first novel, The Orange Eats Creeps, she was selected as a National Book Foundation 2010 "5 Under 35" Honoree.
Find out more here: Grace Krilanovich — Wikipedia
Twitter: @gkrilanovich


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The Orange Eats Creeps front cover by Grace KrilanovichThe Orange Eats Creeps
"Beautiful and deranged. [Krilanovich] nails the shaky worldview of a supernatural teen narco-insomniac... Being undead, here, is the defining paradox of the teenage female experience: to be both immortal and rapidly aging."
Bookforum


Interviews
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A Q&A with Grace Krilanovich | 8/13/2010
We talk with author Grace Krilanovich about the inspiration and process behind the cult novel The Orange Eats Creeps.

Flavorwire's The Future of American Fiction: An Interview with Grace Krilanovich | 7/24/2012
Flavorwire talks to Grace about her feelings on e-books and the art of juggling books and babies.

The Cult: Giving Birth To Creeps, An Interview with Grace Krilanovich | 6/21/2011
Chuck Palahniuk's The Cult talks to Grace about the unusual methods she used while writing the book The Orange Eats Creeps, and what comes next.

Hobart's Interview with Grace Krilanovich | 10/1/2010
Hobart talks to Grace about vampires, pre-Twilight.

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Grace Krilanovich interview and reading at 2010 '5 Under 35' celebration:

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