Vendela Vida

novelist, journalist and editor

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American novelist and journalist; co-founding editor, with her husband, Dave Eggers, of The Believer magazine

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Vendela Vida's new novel is a story of identity, a recurring mystery in her work. We get to the bottom of why identity is her obsession.

Vendela Vida: The Diver's Clothes Lie Empty

Vendela Vida's new novel is a story of identity, a recurring mystery in her work. We get to the bottom of why identity is her obsession.

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