Joyce Hackett’s fiction and non-fiction have appeared in publications including Harpers, The Paris Review, London Magazine, Boston Review, Prospect (UK), The Independent, Salon, and the Berlin Daily Der Tagespiegel. Her first novel, Disturbance of the Inner Ear, won the 2003 the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize for Fiction by an American Woman. Hackett is currently writing a novel about Frederick Douglass and his German-Jewish mistress, Ottilie Assing. For more, please go to her website.
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