Short stories by Julie Orringer

Julie Orringer (born June 12, 1973), is an American writer and lecturer. She attended Cornell University and the Iowa Writer's Workshop, and was a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University. She was born in Miami, Florida and now lives in Brooklyn with her husband, fellow writer Ryan Harty.[1] She is a recipient of the Plimpton Prize, among others.

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A young woman has a baby, but her traumatic past makes her doubt her capabilities of being a good mother.

In between worrying about the street explosions that have been wracking her wealthy New York neighborhood and grieving her late husband, a white landlord begins to suspect that her Asian second-floor tenant is building a bomb.