Edan Lepucki’s first novel California was published by Little, Brown in July of 2014. It debuted at #3 on the New York Times Bestseller List, and was later a #1 Los Angeles Times and San Francisco Chronicle bestseller. Barnes and Noble selected California for its Discover Great New Writers program, and Amazon included it on its list of best books of June 2014. It was named a best book of the year by NPR, Grantland, io9, and The Village Voice. The book can be purchased here or here or here!

Her new novel, Woman No. 17, will be published by Hogarth/Crown on May 9, 2017.

Her novella, If You’re Not Yet Like Me, was originally published by Flatmancrooked in November of 2010.  In August of 2011 it was re-released it as an e-book by Nouvella Press, and in early 2014  Nouvella issued a redesigned paperback edition.

Short stories available online:

Salt Lick in the Los Angeles Times Magazine

I am the Lion Now in Narrative Magazine

Animals in Narrative Magazine

Pretzel Girl in FiveChapters

Short stories available in print:

“Take Care of That Rage Problem” in Issue 37 of McSweeney’s

“A Love to Calm the Body” in the fourth issue of Avery Anthology

Good Dog” in the fall 2008 issue of The Los Angeles Review

“The Baby” in the spring 2007 issue of CutBank

“Wunderkind” in the spring/summer 2004 issue of Meridian

Selected Nonfiction:

“My California”

The Secret Magical Underwear that Only Moms Know About

Taking Marriage One Year at a Time

“The Anxiety of Influence: Children’s Books and Their Grown-Up Counterparts

“Reasons not to Self-Publish in 2011-2012: A List”

“Shutting the Door: What Happens When a Novel Doesn’t Sell?

Reading and Race: Slavery in Fiction

Novelist-of-the-Future: A Profile of Jennifer Egan

“Ceasing to Exist: Three Months in the Social Media Detox Ward”

“About the Author”