|Born||Grace Krilanovich Hill
October 5, 1979
Santa Cruz, California
|Notable works||The Orange Eats Creeps (2010)|
|Notable awards||National Book Foundation 5 Under 35 Honoree|
Grace Krilanovich (born October 5, 1979) is an American author. Her first novel, The Orange Eats Creeps was published by Two Dollar Radio in September 2010. It was selected as one of Amazon's Best Books of the Year (2010) in the category of Science Fiction & Fantasy and was named a Top 10 Book of 2010 by Shelf Unbound.
In October 2010, she was selected as a National Book Foundation 2010 "5 Under 35" Honoree, selected by Scott Spencer, Fiction Finalist for A Ship Made of Paper, 2003; Fiction Finalist for Endless Love, 1980 and 1981.
Grace Krilanovich moved to the Los Angeles area from Santa Cruz, California in 2003. She attended San Francisco State University for her undergraduate studies, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies. She then went on to receive a Master of Fine Arts in Writing at the California Institute of the Arts, where she graduated in 2005. She currently works at The Los Angeles Times.
Excerpts from The Orange Eats Creeps appeared in Issue 3 and Issue 7 of Black Clock. Her essay on the subject of shock rocker GG Allin and Jefferson Airplane singer Grace Slick appeared in Issue 4: "Guilty Pleasures & Lost Causes." Krilanovich is named after Slick.
The artwork of Mat Brinkman appears on the cover and opposite the title page of The Orange Eats Creeps.
- Grace Krilanovich Discusses The Removals (video) (October 2013)
- Audio of Grace Krilanovich reading from The Orange Eats Creeps (May 2012)
- Grace Krilanovich on Kids of the Black Hole: Punk Rock in Postsuburban California (August 2011)
- Grace Krilanovich reads a passage from The Orange Eats Creeps (August 2011)
- What Film Haunts You? #1: Gilda by Grace Krilanovich (April 2011)
- Micro story by Grace Krilanovich
- Grace Krilanovich: What it's like being one of 5 under 35 (December 2010)
- Grace Krilanovich interview and reading at 2010 5 Under 35 celebration (2010)
- The Orange Eats Creeps Author Grace Krilanovich on Her Top 10 Books of 2010 (December 2010)
- 5 Recent Reads with Grace Krilanovich (September 2010)
- Book Notes – Grace Krilanovich ("The Orange Eats Creeps") (September 2010)
- Grace Krilanovich's Twitter account
- Grace Krilanovich on Etsy
- The Orange Eats Creeps – book trailer
- Short Reading (by Ricky Grove) of "The Orange Eats Creeps"
- The Future of American Fiction: An Interview with Grace Krilanovich (July 2012)
- The Questionnaire: Grace Krilanovich (March 2012)
- Giving Birth To Creeps: Interview on Chuck Palahniuk's fansite (June 2011)
- Video interview of Grace Krilanovich at L.A. Times Festival of Books 2011 (May 2011)
- The L Mag Questionnaire for Writer Types: Grace Krilanovich (October 2010)
- Grace Krilanovich: Q+A With the Editor (August 2010)
- "Top 10 Books: Science Fiction & Fantasy", Amazon.com, November 4, 2010. Accessed November 5, 2010.
- "Shelf Unbound indie book review magazine’s Top 10 Books of 2010", Shelf Unbound, November 18, 2010. Accessed November 19, 2010
- "The National Book Foundation's 5 Under 35 Fiction, 2010", National Book Foundation, October 5, 2010. Accessed October 20, 2010.
- https://web.archive.org/web/20130928163740/http://www.writingpad.com/pastclasses.htm. Archived from the original on September 28, 2013. Missing or empty
- http://www.21cmagazine.com/Grace-Krilanovich-An-Invitation-To-Excess. Missing or empty
- "The Removals, Produced by Two Dollar Radio". Archived from the original on September 25, 2013. Retrieved September 24, 2013.