Caroline Bock
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Caroline Bock

Caroline Bock writes novels, short stories, and more. She is the co-editor of the 2021 anthology, THIS IS WHAT AMERICA LOOKS LIKE, which features 111 works of short fiction and poetry from 100 writers -- a creative state of our union. She is the author of CARRY HER HOME, the winner of the 2018 Fiction Award from the Washington Writers’ Publishing House. Forty-seven stories—from flash fiction to full-length works, deeply felt, autobiographical fiction —unfold across the decades from the 1960s to present day and reveal a family's hopes and fears, truth and lies and love. This award-winning debut short story collection will break your heart and carry you home. Bock is also the author of the critically acclaimed young adult novels: LIE and BEFORE MY EYES from St. Martin’s Press. Her stories/poetry have been published with SmokeLong, Akashic Books, Delmarva Review, Little Patuxtent Review, Fiction Southeast, Gargoyle, 100 Word Story, F(r)iction, Vestal Review, Brevity, Writers Resist and Ploughshares among other literary journals. Born in the Bronx and raised in New Rochelle, New York, she studied creative writing with Raymond Carver as an undergraduate at Syracuse University. In 2011, she earned an MFA in Fiction from The City College of New York. At one point in her life, she also spent twenty years as a cable executive at Bravo, IFC, and IFC Films. She now lives in Maryland with her family. Follow the author on twitter @cabockwrites or her Facebook page at CarolineBockAuthor.
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