Library of Congress

National Book Festival

Meg Wolitzer is best known for her novels “The Interestings,” “The Uncoupling,” “The Ten-Year Nap,” “The Position” and “The Wife.” Her short fiction has appeared in “Best American Short Stories” and “The Pushcart Prize.” Her latest book, “Belzhar” (Penguin), is a story of young romance, loss and the power of acceptance, featuring the young Jam Gallahue, who keeps a journal while at the Wooden Barn, a therapeutic boarding school in rural Vermont.

Previous National Book Festival Appearances

Meg Wolitzer