Edith Pearlman

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Pearlman in 2012

Edith Ann Pearlman (née Grossman; June 26, 1936 – January 1, 2023) was an American short story writer. Her short stories include Binocular Vision and Honeydrew. Binocular Vision won her a National Book Critics Circle Award in 2012. Some of her writings have featured in print media such as The New York Times, The Atlantic Monthly, Smithsonian Magazine, Preservation and Ploughshares.

Pearlman was born in Providence, Rhode Island. She grew up in a middle-class Jewish neighborhood. She lived in Brookline, Massachusetts, with her husband. She had two children.

Pearlman died in Brookline on January 1, 2023, at the age of 86.[1]

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  1. Chace, Rebecca (January 1, 2023). "Edith Pearlman, Writer Who Won Acclaim Late in Life, Dies at 86". The New York Times. Retrieved January 2, 2023.

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