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Shari Goldhagen is an American author of fiction.


Goldhagen has been a journalist for National Enquirer,[1] Life & Style, and Celebrity Living Weekly. She has received fellowships from Yaddo, MacDowell, and Ohiana Library Association.[citation needed]


Goldhagen published her first novel Family And Other Accidents (ISBN 0-385-51597-9) in 2006 to mostly positive reviews.[1]

Her second novel, In Some Other World, Maybe (ISBN 1-250-04799-4) was published by St. Martin's Press in January 2015.[2] It was selected as an Elle Lettres 2015 Readers' Prize[3] and received a starred Library Journal review.[4] Her third novel, "100 Days of Cake" (ISBN 1481448560) published in 2016 by Atheneum was her first foray into young adult fiction.


  1. ^ a b Cowles, Gregory (April 30, 2006). "Fiction Chronicle". New York Times. Retrieved 12 September 2014. 
  2. ^ World Archipelago. "In Some Other World, Maybe". Macmillan. 
  3. ^ "ELLE's Lettres January 2015 Readers' Prize". ELLE. 
  4. ^ "Bergman, Goldhagen, Unger, with Historicals, Westerns, & Debuts Aplenty - Fiction Reviews, January 2015". Library Journal Reviews.