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Emma Copley Eisenberg is a writer of fiction and nonfiction. She writes about queerness, Appalachia, ambivalence, having a body, and being alive. Her fiction has appeared or will shortly in Granta, American Short Fiction, Electric Literature's Recommended Reading, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and Gulf Coast; her essays, and reportage in VICE, Catapult, Splinter (Fusion), The New Republic, Salon, Slate, The Marshall Project, Hyperallergic, The Rumpus, 100 Days in Appalachia, and others. She has received honors, residencies and scholarships from the Tin House Summer Workshop, Aspen Summer Words, Narrative, Buzzfeed, Lambda Literary, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Turkey Land Cove Foundation and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. She lives in West Philadelphia.
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