"A rich, nuanced exploration of women’s anger from a diverse group of writers," forthcoming from Seal Press: October 8, 2019.

Lilly Dancyger is a contributing editor and columnist at Catapult, and assistant editor at Barrelhouse Books. She's the editor of Burn it Down, an anthology of essays on women's anger from Seal Press; and the author of Negative Space, a reported and illustrated memoir forthcoming from the Santa Fe Writers Project in 2021. Her writing has been published by Longreads, The Washington Post, Glamour, Playboy, Rolling Stone, and more. Lilly lives in New York City, and she spends way too much time on twitter (where you can find her at @lillydancyger).


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