Ottessa Moshfegh

author and novelist

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Ottessa Moshfegh is an American author and novelist. Her novel Eileen was short-listed for the Man Booker Prize.

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“Death in her Hands” is Moshfegh’s third novel.

Ottessa Moshfegh’s new novel: Trying to solve a murder that may have never happened

“Death in her Hands” is Moshfegh’s third novel.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In “My Year of Rest and Relaxation,” the main character is a young woman in Manhattan who wants to sleep as much as possible in one year.

In Ottessa Moshfegh's novel, a woman tries to sleep for a year to erase her past

In “My Year of Rest and Relaxation,” the main character is a young woman in Manhattan who wants to sleep as much as possible in one year.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In the novel “My Year of Rest and Relaxation,” the main character is a young woman living in Manhattan. For one year, she wants to sleep as much as possible.

In Ottessa Moshfegh's new novel, a woman tries to sleep for a whole year to erase her past

In the novel “My Year of Rest and Relaxation,” the main character is a young woman living in Manhattan. For one year, she wants to sleep as much as possible.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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