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Author: Caren Beilin

Caren Beilin is the author of BLACKFISHING THE IUD (Wolfman Books, 2019); SPAIN (Rescue Press, 2018); the novel, THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA (Noemi Press, 2014), which in its various forms, has been the recipient of a MacDowell Fellowship, a finalist in Fence's Modern Prose Prize, and winner of Noemi Press's Book Award for Fiction; and a collection of short fictions, Americans, Guests, or Us (New Michigan Press, 2012). She is a reviews editor at Full Stop Magazine and teaches at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in the Berkshires.

Blackfishing the IUD
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Blackfishing the IUD

Wolfman Books

Literary Nonfiction. Memoir. Women's Studies. BLACKFISHING THE IUD is a daring and demanding memoir by author, Caren Beilin, about reproductive health and the IUD, gendered illness, medical gaslighting, and activism in the chronic illness community....

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Spain
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Spain

Rescue Press

Literary Nonfiction. Women's Studies. "Here we are, in Spain." Caren Beilin's travelogue lays out a new path for the genre. SPAIN is sly cultural criticism (Blanchot to The Shining), feminist wink, post-breakup corrective, and portrait of the artist...

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The University of Pennsylvania
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The University of Pennsylvania

Noemi Press

Fiction. Olivia Knox has womb duplicatum, a rare affliction of continuous menstruation. Blood—it is not just blood!—tumbles unstoppably during her freshman year at the University of Pennsylvania. This problem of excess—blood full of marbles and bean...

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