Amanda Goldblatt is a writer and teacher living in Chicago. She is a 2018 National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellow, and her fiction and essays have appeared in such journals as “The Southern Review,” “Noon,” “Fence,” “Diagram,” “Hobart,” and “American Short Fiction.”
“Hard Mouth” is her debut novel.
News and Reviews
7 highly anticipated books to get you through the dog days of August (Los Angeles Times)
Amanda Goldblatt pens affecting cancer story turned adventure tale in ‘Hard Mouth’ (Chicago Tribune)
Amanda Goldblatt’s new novel Hard Mouth explores solitude and grief (Chicago Reader)
This Heroine’s Kind of a Female Millennial Thoreau (The New York Times)