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HENRIETTE LAZARIDIS

HENRIETTE LAZARIDIS
Henriette Lazaridis' debut novel The Clover House was published by Ballantine Books in 2013 and was a Boston Globe bestseller and a Target Emerging Authors pick. Her work has appeared in publications including Narrative Magazine, Salamander, New England Review, The Millions, The New York Times online, and the Huffington Post, and has earned her a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artists Grant. Lazaridis earned degrees in English literature from Middlebury College, Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar, and the University of Pennsylvania. She taught English literature at Harvard for ten years and now teaches writing at Grub Street in Boston.

Her essay on hooky, gerbils, and a teacher's boots appears as part of The Drum's July Lounge Lit event, in the August 2012 issue. Her Dispatch from Papingo, Greece appears in the September 2015 issue.

updated: 1 year ago

Audio Stories by HENRIETTE LAZARIDIS

Dispatch: Papingo

The Clover House, Chapter One