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ABOUT the author
Sarah Gerard is the author of the novel Binary Star (Two Dollar Radio), the forthcoming essay collection Sunshine State (Harper Perennial), and two chapbooks, most recently BFF (Guillotine). Her short stories, essays, interviews, and criticism have appeared in The New York Times, Granta, New York Magazine's “The Cut”, The Paris Review Daily, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Bookforum, Joyland, Vice, BOMB Magazine, and other journals, as well as anthologies for Joyland and The Saturday Evening Post. She’s been supported by fellowships and residencies from Yaddo, Tin House, and PlatteForum. She writes a monthly column on food for Hazlitt and teaches writing in New York City.
Find out more here: sarah-gerard.com
Available from Two Dollar Radio
"Rhythmic, hallucinatory, yet vivid as crystal. Gerard has channeled her trials and tribulations into a work of heightened reality, one that sings to the lonely gravity of the human body."
Sarah Gerard on The Avid Reader Show | 3/2/2015
Sarah Gerard on the Other People Podcast | 10/29/2014
An interview with Sarah Gerard | 1/16/2014
We talk with Sarah Gerard about our culture of consumption, hopping freight trains, and the intense process of writing Binary Star
Literary Hub interview with Sarah Gerard | 5/1/2015
Sarah Gerard and Ben Fama on Internet fame and editorial misogyny
Interview Magazine with Sarah Gerard | 1/20/2015
Interview Magazine interviews Sarah Gerard about the violence in Binary Star, animal liberation, and reactions to the energy of New York City
Electric Literature with Sarah Gerard | 2/10/2015
Electric Literature interviews Sarah Gerard about the origins of Binary Star as a memoir, addiction, and her author tour
Vice interview with Sarah Gerard | 1/26/2015
At Vice, Blake Butler interviews Sarah Gerard about "the book's creation, how its writing changed her, the question of personal experience in fiction, her veganism, and more."
Sarah Gerard reading at Pratt Institute's "The Public Reading" series on March 23rd, 2016. Introduction by student LouLou Ford: