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Elizabeth Gilbert is the author of the story collection PILGRIMS, a finalist for the 1998 PEN/Hemingway Award. It was a New York Times Notable Book and was listed as one of the Most Intriguing Books of 1997 by GLAMOUR magazine. PILGRIMS also won best first fiction awards from the PARIS REVIEW, the SOUTHERN REVIEW, and Ploughshares. Her fiction has been published in ESQUIRE, STORY, GQ, THE PARIS REVIEW, PLOUGHSHARES, and the MISSISSIPPI REVIEW. She is also a Pushcart Prize winner, and her nonfiction writing has earned her a 1999 National Magazine Award nomination. Annie Proulx called Gilbert a "young writer of incandescent talent." Currently a writer-at-large for GQ, Gilbert lives in New York's Hudson Valley.
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United States -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Fiction.