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Fitch at the book signing tent of the 2006 Texas Book Festival
|Born||Janet Elizabeth Fitch|
November 9, 1955
Los Angeles, California, US
|Notable works||White Oleander|
Fitch was born in Los Angeles, a third-generation native, and grew up in a family of voracious readers. As an undergraduate at Reed College, Fitch had decided to become a historian, attracted to its powerful narratives, the scope of events, the colossal personalities, and the potency and breadth of its themes. But when she won a student exchange to Keele University in England, where her passion for Russian history led her, she awoke in the middle of the night on her twenty-first birthday with the revelation she wanted to write fiction.
- Kicks (Fawcett Books, 1996)
- White Oleander (Little, Brown, 1999)
- Paint It Black (Little, Brown, 2006)
- The Revolution of Marina M. (Little, Brown and Company, 2017)
- Chimes of a Lost Cathedral (Little, Brown, 2019)
- California Births, 1905 – 1995, Janet Elizabeth Fitch
- Weber ’78, John. "Revolutionary Spirit". Reed Magazine. Retrieved June 20, 2019.
- "About Janet". Official website. janetfitchwrites.com
- Montefiore, Simon Sebag (October 20, 2017). "One Woman's Liberation, Set Against the Russian Revolution". New York Times. Retrieved April 17, 2019.
- Brooks, Brian (May 19, 2017). "Bryan Cranston In 'Wakefield'; Amber Tamblyn Opens Directorial Debut 'Paint It Black': Specialty Box Office Preview". Deadline. Retrieved April 17, 2019.
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