Jillian Medoff is the acclaimed author of WHEN WE WERE BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL, a fast-paced, thrilling, deeply emotional novel about power, privilege, and consent set on NYC's Upper East Side. She also wrote four other novels: THIS COULD HURT, I COULDN’T LOVE YOU MORE (national bestseller), GOOD GIRLS GONE BAD, and HUNGER POINT. HUNGER POINT was made into an original cable movie starring Christina Hendricks and Barbara Hershey and directed by Joan Micklin Silver (Lifetime TV, 2003). A former fellow at MacDowell, Blue Mountain Center, VCCA and Fundacion Valparaiso in Spain, Jillian has an MFA from NYU. She studied with Mona Simpson and Jonathan Dee; and took master classes with Toni Morrison, Grace Paley, and Joyce Carol Oates. In addition to writing novels, Jillian has a long career in corporate consulting. She’s worked for a wide range of employers, including Deloitte and Aon. Now with Segal Benz, she advises clients on communication strategies for all aspects of the employee experience. Jillian lives with her husband, Keith Dawson and three adult daughters, who come and go. She reviews fiction for the NEW YORK TIMES Book Review, and is currently working on a new novel, THE COMMITTEE, a story about medical ethics and race in Seattle, circa 1961.Read more Read less
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