Margot Singer

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Margot Singer is an American short story writer and novelist. Her book The Pale of Settlement won the Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction in 2006 and her novel Underground Fugue was listed as "one of the most anticipated books by women in 2017" by Elle Magazine.[1]

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She graduated from Harvard University for her undergraduate degree, Oxford University with a M.Phil. in 1986, and University of Utah with a Ph.D. in 2005.

Singer worked for the management consulting firm McKinsey & Company from 1986 until 1997, where she was a Principal in the New York Office. She teaches at Denison University in Granville, Ohio and at Queens University of Charlotte. She lives with her husband and two children in Granville, Ohio.

Her work has appeared Agni,[2] Prairie Schooner,[3] The Gettysburg Review,[4] Shenandoah, The Western Humanities Review, The North American Review, The Sun, among other magazines.

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