Rosalie Knecht is a social worker in New York City and was born and raised in Pennsylvania. She is the translator of César Aira’s “The Seamstress and the Wind” and has been a Center for Fiction Emerging Writer Fellow and a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Argentina. Her debut novel, “Relief Map,” was published by Tin House Books in 2016. Her second novel, “Who is Vera Kelly?” was published by Tin House Books in June 2018.
News and Reviews:
5 great books to add to your summer reading list (Today)
Must Read: The Thrilling New Novel About a Queer Spy In the 1960s During the Cold War (Out Magazine)
‘Vera Kelly’ Finds The Connection Between Deep Cover And The Closet (NPR)
6 Pulse-Pounding Summer Thrillers (The New York Times)
How Can You Trust Anyone When You’re An Undercover Spy? (Buzzfeed)