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Emily St. J. Mandel
Four novels, most recently Station Eleven. Staff writer at The Millions. Only intermittently here.
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jul 31
Replying to @robin_black
I get why other people like AWP, but the two times I've gone, I've felt like my time probably would've been better spent actually writing.
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jul 31
Replying to @liz_scaffidi
Hello! I feel that I lack objectivity on this question, but I like to think that I wrote a few good books.
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Emily St. J. Mandel Mar 27
Replying to @spaceplastic
"Are you planning on having children?"
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Emily St. J. Mandel Mar 25
If I'd known the shadow was there, I'd have asked her to take over the reading while I was having an onstage coughing fit
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Emily St. J. Mandel Mar 16
Hello. Here is a new short story about time travel that I wrote for Slate.
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Emily St. J. Mandel retweeted
🐾Beware of Dogma🐾 Jan 30
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Emily St. J. Mandel Feb 2
Replying to @kalenski
Thank you!
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Emily St. J. Mandel Feb 2
Replying to @ineedmorecyber
The 8th time! Thank you. I'm honoured.
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Emily St. J. Mandel Feb 2
: New York Magazine, late 2015, seven months pregnant. They said I could be any literary character I wanted.
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jan 20
Replying to @artofmoxie
Beautiful! Thank you.
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jan 5
Replying to @kalenski @bookavore
Pro tip: when having a party, it's best to get to bring the cheese plate.
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The Millions Jan 4
You: I should be good & budget all of my holiday gift money. Also you: Wow, it's the Great 2017 Book Preview!
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jan 4
Replying to @erikawynn
When I type too fast I turn into an Eily.
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jan 4
Just blew half my writing time for the day reading Ann Patchett's COMMONWEALTH, mais je ne regrette rien. Wonderful book.
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jan 3
Replying to @bookish_norah
I'm afraid I'm a bit overcommitted as it is, but thank you for thinking of me for this.
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jan 2
Julian Barnes remembers Anita Brookner: "I can’t think of a novelist less likely to write an autobiography."
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jan 2
Replying to @MJHearle
It seemed to me that ultimately, weight of evidence was that the mythology was real (OA sight restored, weird light at end, etc.)
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jan 2
Replying to @MJHearle
I see where you're coming from. To me, felt like the filmmakers were trying to make us think harder about whether OA's story=real.
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jan 1
Replying to @MJHearle
Yes. I had issues with it, but it didn't wreck the experience for me.
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Emily St. J. Mandel Jan 1
Replying to @MarieMyungOkLee
That is magical and I love it.
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