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SLOANE CROSLEY is the author of The New York Times bestselling essay collections, I Was Told There’d Be Cake (Riverhead, 2008), How Did You Get This Number (Riverhead, 2010) and the novel The Clasp (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2015). She served as editor of The Best American Travel Writing series (Mariner, 2011) and has contributed to a variety of anthologies. She is featured in The 50 Funniest American Writers: An Anthology of Humor from Mark Twain to The Onion (2011) and The Best American Nonrequired Reading (2011).  I Was Told There’d Be Cake was a finalist for The Thurber Prize for American Humor. 

Her work has appeared in EsquireGQPlayboyElleWThe New York Times Book ReviewNew York MagazineThe Believer, The Guardian and National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered.”  She was the inaugural columnist for The New York Times Op-Ed "Townies" series. She has been a frequent contributor to The New York TimesThe Village VoiceThe New York Observer, and is currently a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and Interview Magazine. In 2011, she wrote a weekly column for The Independent in the UK. Her fiction has appeared in McSweeney's and Esopus. She also co-authored the novel Read Bottom Up (HarperCollins, 2015) using the pen name, Skye Chatham.

In 2011, she co-created sadstuffonthestreet.com. It's more or less what it sounds like. She currently serves on the board of Housingworks Used Bookstore and is a co-chair of The Young Lions Committee at The New York Public Library.

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