Hannah Tinti developed her editorial skills working at
literary agencies and magazines, including The
Atlantic Monthly, Boston Review and Washington
Square. She earned her MA from New York
University's Graduate Creative Writing Program,
where she was the fiction editor of Washington
Square literary magazine. Her own work has
appeared in Story, Alaska Quarterly Review, Index,
Epoch, Sonora Review, Story Quarterly, Another
Magazine and Best American Mystery Stories 2003.
Her short story collection, Animal Crackers, was
recently published by The Dial Press.
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Hannah Tinti grew up in Salem, Massachusetts. Her
work has appeared in various magazines and
anthologies, including Best American Mystery
Stories 2003. Her short story collection, Animal
Crackers, has been sold in sixteen countries, and
was recently a runner-up for the PEN/Hemingway
award. Her novel, The Good Thief, is forthcoming
with the Dial Press on June 24th, 2008. She is
currently the editor of One Story magazine.