Swan Huntley

Swan Huntley is the author of The Goddesses (2017) and We Could Be Beautiful (2016). She earned her MFA at Columbia University and has received fellowships from MacDowell and Yaddo. Her writings have appeared on Salon, The Rumpus, and McSweeney's Internet Tendency, among others. She lives in Los Angeles. 


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