Elizabeth Gaffney

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Elizabeth Gaffney (born in New York, NY, December 22, 1966) is an American novelist. She graduated from Vassar College and holds an MFA in fiction from Brooklyn College. She is the editor at large of the quarterly magazine A Public Space and was a staff editor of The Paris Review for sixteen years, under George Plimpton. She has translated three books from German. Her first book, Metropolis : A Novel was published in 2005. Her second novel, "When the World Was Young," was published in August 2014 by Random House.

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