Andrew Solomon

Andrew Solomon is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Far from the TreeParents, Children, and the Search for Identity (winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award and many other awards) and The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression, a Pulitzer Prize finalist and winner of fourteen awards, including the 2001 National Book Award. His first novel, A Stone Boat, which was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times First Fiction Award, has recently been reissued. Solomon’s work is published in twenty-two languages. He is a Lecturer in Psychiatry at Cornell University and Special Adviser on LGBT Affairs to Yale University’s Department of Psychiatry. For speaking engagements, please contact the Tuesday Agency.

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Andrew Solomon

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The Met, Mrs. Vreeland, and Me

by Andrew Solomon

An awkward teenager flourishes in the glamour of the the Metropolitan Museum.

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The Refugees

by Andrew Solomon

A survivor of the Pol Pot's death squads teaches an American to handle depression.

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Notes on an Exorcism

by Andrew Solomon

While studying treatments for depression in rural Africa, Solomon has an overly intimate encounter with a ram.

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A Time of Hope

by Andrew Solomon

A writer travels to Afghanistan in search of art.

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My Post-Nuclear Family

by Andrew Solomon

A man describes his circuitous route to becoming a dad.

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At The Barricade

by Andrew Solomon

A writer lands in Moscow on the eve of a revolution.

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