Eleanor Henderson is an author who was born in Greece and raised in Florida. She later attended Middlebury College amd the University of Virginia, where she graduated with her MFA. She has written two novels: The Twelve-Mile Straight and Ten Thousand Saints. Her works have appeared in several publications including Ninth Letter, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Best American Short Stories. She is also the co-editor of Labor Day: True Birth Stories by Today's Best Writers. (Bowker Author Biography)
Eleanor Henderson earned her MFA from the University of Virginia in 2005. Her story "The Farms" was selected by Alice Sebold for The Best American Short Stories 2009. Henderson's fiction has also appeared in Agni, North American Review, Ninth Letter, and Columbia, among other publications. Her nonfiction has appeared in Poets & Writers, where she was a contributing editor, and Virginia Quarterly Review, where she was the chair of the fiction board. An assistant professor at Ithaca College, she lives in Ithaca, New York.
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