Fiction. Women's Studies.
In GHOSTS OF AMERICA, on one unforgettable night, a sexist male novelist undergoes a peculiar transformation after being haunted by the ghosts of the women he has miswritten, Jackie Kennedy and Valerie Solanas.
"[A] rollicking feminist fantasy...irreverent, well-informed, dirty and smart, this novel is an absolute party."
-Rachel Lyon, author of Self-Portrait with Boy
Caroline Hagood is an Assistant Professor of Literature, Writing and Publishing and Director of Undergraduate Writing at St. Francis College in Brooklyn. She has published two books of poetry, Lunatic Speaks, (FutureCycle Press, 2012) and MAKING MAXINE'S BABY, and one book-length essay, WAYS OF LOOKING AT A WOMAN. Her writing has appeared in The Kenyon Review, the Huffington Post, the Guardian, Salon, and the Economist. She blogs for The Kenyon Review.