Amy Bloom

Amy Bloom is the author of three collections of stories, Where the God of Love Hangs Out (published by Granta Books), Come to Me and A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You, and two novels: Away, (published by Granta Books) and Love Invents Us. She is the University Writer in Residence at Wesleyan University.

Books by Amy Bloom

Rowing to Eden

Published: September 2015

Collected here together for the first time, all the dazzling, funny and poignant stories from one of America's finest contemporary writers.

Lucky Us

Published: July 2015

A thrilling and resonant novel from the author of Away, about loyalty, ambition, and the pleasures and perils of family, set in 1940s America.

Lucky Us

Published: September 2014

A thrilling and resonant novel from the author of Away, about loyalty, ambition, and the pleasures and perils of family, set in 1940s America.

Where the God of Love Hangs Out

Published: April 2011

A gorgeous, wise and witty new collection of stories about the complexities of love, family and friendship.

Where the God of Love Hangs Out

Published: April 2010

A gorgeous, wise and witty new collection of stories about the complexities of love, family and friendship, from the author of Away.

Away

Published: August 2008

An extraordinary story of young Lillian Leyb and her long odyssey across America.

Normal

Published: September 2003

These intimate portraits of transsexual, crossdressing and hermaphrodite individuals reinvents the idea of sex, gender, and identity, and the very concept of what is 'normal'

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