Short stories by Sharon Pomerantz

Sharon Pomerantz’s first novel Rich Boy (Twelve, 2010) won the National Jewish Book Award for Debut Fiction and was a Best Book of the Year from Entertainment Weekly and Booklist. Her short fiction has appeared in numerous literary journals, including Ploughshares, The Missouri Review, and Michigan Quarterly Review, as well as on NPR’s Selected Shorts program, and in Best American Short Stories. Her essays, reviews and cultural criticism have appeared in The Forward, The Chicago Tribune, Time, and many others. She has been a fellow at the Macdowell Colony, Art OMI, and the Virginia Center. Before moving to Chicago in 2016, she taught in the writing program at the University of Michigan.

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In upstate New York, an unmarried woman in her thirties has an affair with a married lawyer running for public office. He likes to have sex in public places and begins to make questionable suggestions to his mistress.