Workbook on Station Eleven: A Novel by Emily St. John Mandel | Discussions Made Easy
Emily St. John Mandel has been a habitual writer since she was young. This was imbued upon her by a homeschooling setup that entailed writing something daily. She was homeschooled until she was fifteen years old and began studying contemporary dance at The School of Toronto Dance Theatre when she was 18 years old. Following her graduation, she spent a brief period in New York and Montreal before settling in New York City.
A staff writer for The Millions, her writing has featured in several anthologies, including The Best American Mystery Stories 2013 and Venice Noir. Her novels include Last Night in Montreal (2009), The Singer's Gun (2010), The Lola Quartet (2012), Station Eleven (2014), and The Glass Hotel (2020). Mandel is also a poised public speaker whose engagements continue to increase in scope and ambition. The stories about her early writing career, as well as her thoughtful views on how to write literary fiction with the greatest possible narrative drive, engage her audiences throughout her lectures. She is sought-after by colleges and universities, literary festivals, and libraries, among other institutions.
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