The Bookshop Podcast

Ellen Pall, Author

November 07, 2022 Mandy Jackson-Beverly Season 1 Episode 172
Ellen Pall, Author
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The Bookshop Podcast
Ellen Pall, Author
Nov 07, 2022 Season 1 Episode 172
Mandy Jackson-Beverly

In this episode, I'm chatting with author Ellen Pall about her new novel Must Read Well, her career as a journalist, and the craft of writing.

ELLEN PALL is the author of more than a dozen novels, including Among the Ginzburgs, Corpse de Ballet, and Slightly Abridged. She has also written many features about people in the arts for The New Yorker and The New York Times, and published numerous personal essays, most recently in The New York Review of Books.

Ellen grew up on Long Island, went to college at U.C. Santa Barbara, then moved to Los Angeles. There, she wrote eight Regency Romances under the pen name Fiona Hill. (Not to be confused with the former U.S. National Security Council official Fiona Hill. Very different person.) After ten years, she left California for New York, where she promptly began work as a journalist, wrote novels under her own name, and met her husband, the international human rights advocate Richard Dicker. She now divides her time between New York and L.A.

Ellen Pall

Must Read Well, Ellen Pall

The Rising Tide: A Vera Stanhope Novel, Ann Cleeves

Mercury Pictures Presents, Anthony Marra

Intimacies: A Novel, Katie Kitamura

Books by Fiona Hill

Bancroft Books

 



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In this episode, I'm chatting with author Ellen Pall about her new novel Must Read Well, her career as a journalist, and the craft of writing.

ELLEN PALL is the author of more than a dozen novels, including Among the Ginzburgs, Corpse de Ballet, and Slightly Abridged. She has also written many features about people in the arts for The New Yorker and The New York Times, and published numerous personal essays, most recently in The New York Review of Books.

Ellen grew up on Long Island, went to college at U.C. Santa Barbara, then moved to Los Angeles. There, she wrote eight Regency Romances under the pen name Fiona Hill. (Not to be confused with the former U.S. National Security Council official Fiona Hill. Very different person.) After ten years, she left California for New York, where she promptly began work as a journalist, wrote novels under her own name, and met her husband, the international human rights advocate Richard Dicker. She now divides her time between New York and L.A.

Ellen Pall

Must Read Well, Ellen Pall

The Rising Tide: A Vera Stanhope Novel, Ann Cleeves

Mercury Pictures Presents, Anthony Marra

Intimacies: A Novel, Katie Kitamura

Books by Fiona Hill

Bancroft Books

 



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