Isabel Fonseca (born 1961, New York City) is an American writer.
She attended Concord Academy and graduated magna cum laude from Barnard College in 1984. She then studied at Wadham College, Oxford and worked in publishing and newspapers in London, notably at the Times Literary Supplement.
She is the author of the bestselling Bury Me Standing: The Gypsies and Their Journey (1995), a non-fiction book relating to the lives of Romani people. The book is organized in eight chapters with sections; it contains black and white photographs and maps.
Her debut novel, Attachment, was published by Alfred A Knopf in 2009.
- Fonseca, Isabel "Bury Me Standing" Random House. Inc., New York. 1995. Vintage ISBN 0-679-73743-X (ISBN 0-679-40678-6). 322 pages including its index. Note: The original hardcover was published by Knopf Inc.
- Lamont, Tom (3 June 2012). "Martin Amis: a new chapter in America", The Observer.
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