Siri Hustvedt was born and raised in Minnesota. Her first novel, The Blindfold (1992) was translated into 17 languages. Since then, Hustvedt has published a number of novels including the internationally best-selling What I Loved and The Summer Without Men, and a range of nonfiction titles, including The Shaking Woman, a neurological memoir which is both a personal account of Hustvedt’s experience as a patient and an exploration of the ambiguities of diagnosis. Her work has now been translated into 30 languages.
- Curtis Brown Bestsellers and Review Picks of 2016
- International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award Nominees Announced
- Siri Hustvedt wins the LA Times Book Prize
- Titles by Atwood, Hustvedt, Colbert, Hepperman and Osnos selected as PW Best Books 2014
- Man Booker and Not the Booker nominations for David Mitchell and Siri Hustvedt