Juliet Grames

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2024 Participant · Fiction · Literary

Juliet Grames
Juliet Grames

Juliet is the author of The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna, a national and international bestseller, and The Lost Boy of Santa Chionia, forthcoming in July 2024. Her debut novel was shortlisted for the New England Book Award and the Connecticut Book Award, and received Italy's Premio Cetraro for contribution to Southern Italian literature. It has been translated into nine languages. Her essays and short fiction have appeared in Best American Mystery & Suspense, Real Simple, Parade, Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, and the Boston Globe, among other venues.

Grames was born in Hartford, Connecticut, and raised in the Farmington Valley. She attended Corpus Christi College at the University of Oxford and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Columbia College with a degree in history before embarking on a career in book publishing. Since 2010 she has worked at Soho Press, where she is Editorial Director. She is the recipient of the Mystery Writers of America Ellery Queen Award for her editorial work in the genre. She lives in New England.

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Book Title(s)

  • The Lost Boy of Santa Chionia: A Novel

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