|Born||1 September 1983|
Tony Tulathimutte (born September 1, 1983) is an American fiction writer. His short story "Scenes from the Life of the Only Girl in Water Shield, Alaska" received an O. Henry Award in 2008. In 2016, he published his debut novel "Private Citizens", which was called "the first great Millennial novel" by New York Magazine. Tulathimutte has bachelor's and master's degrees in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University.
- “Composite Body” in Cimarron Review
- "Inheritance" in Threepenny Review
- "Brains", novella in Malahat Review
- "The Man Who Wasn't Male" in Wag's Revue
- "Scenes from the Life of the Only Girl in Water Shield, Alaska" (corrected text) in Threepenny Review
- "Saint Pantaleone" in "Selected Shorts: Too Hot for Radio"
- "The Feminist" in n+1