Carol Goodman is the author of The Lake of Dead Languages, The Seduction of Water, The Drowning Tree, The Ghost Orchid, The Sonnet Lover, The Night Villa and Arcadia Falls, and Blythewood. Her work has appeared in such journals as The Greensboro Review, Literal Latte, Midwest Quarterly, New York Quarterly and Other Voices. After graduating from Vassar College, where she majored in Latin, she taught Latin for several years in Austin, Texas. She then received an M.F.A. in fiction from the New School University, where she now teaches writing. She has been nominated for the IMPAC award twice, the Simon & Schuster/Mary Higgins Clark award, the Nero Wolfe Award, and was awarded the 2003 Hammett Prize. Her novels have been translated into ten languages. She lives in New York's Hudson Valley. Visit her at carolgoodman.com.
Praise for RAVENCLIFFE "Rife with atmosphere, adventure and romance, this is a fantasy world worth getting lost in for a while." --Kirkus "Recommend this supernatural melodrama to fans of Gail Carriger and Libba Bray." --Booklist "[This] book is highly readable... especially to readers who have already devoured the works of authors like Libba Bray." --Voya Praise for BLYTHEWOOD "A beautifully evocative tale perfect for fans of Libba Bray and Tiffany Trent. First in a trilogy, Goodman's story is intriguing, romantic, eerie, and adventurous...a multifaceted and mature fantasy."--Publishers Weekly, starred review ..".a beautifully told fantasy, ripe with magic, forbidden love and unspeakably dark forces...a journey well worth taking." --Kirkus ..".a treat for lovers of the gothic." --Booklist "Heavy in atmosphere with just enough romance, this novel is sure to find an appreciable following." --School Library Journal "Carol Goodman's Blythewood is reminiscent of both Harry Potter and The Diviners, but in a way that doesn't distract from the entertaining story within."--Forever Young Adult BLYTHEWOOD: YALSA 2014 Best Fiction for Young Adults list