Anne Korkeakivi is the author of the novel, An Unexpected Guest (Little, Brown; 2012). Her short fiction has been published by the Atlantic, the Yale Review, Consequence magazine, and the Bellevue Literary Review, among others, and she is a Hawthornden Fellow. Her nonfiction has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Times (UK), Travel & Leisure, Ms., The Millions, and many additional periodicals in the US, the UK, and online. An essay that ran originally in Brain, Child was recently chosen for the anthology Best Women Travel Writing, Vol. 10.
Anne was born in New York City, and was raised there and in western Massachusetts, earning a BA in Classics from Bowdoin College and an MA in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University. She’s lived in a bunch of different places, including California, Washington, DC, Finland, and ten years in a small city in eastern France from where she traveled to Paris often. She currently splits her time between New York and Switzerland, where her husband is a human-rights lawyer with the UN. They have two daughters.
She is currently working on a new novel.
You can read an author q and a with Anne here.
Look for a few book suggestions from Anne here. They change regularly – always on a new theme and usually a mix of recent and older titles – so check back.
You can get in touch with Anne via the contact page.