Susan Daitch is the author of two novels, L.C. (Lannan Foundation Selection and NEA Heritage Award), The Colorist, and a collection of short stories, Storytown. Her work has appeared in Tinhouse, Conjunctions, Guernica, Bomb, Ploughshares, The Barcelona Review, Redivider, Zeek, failbetter.com, McSweeney's, Salt Hill Journal, Pacific Review, Dewclaw, Dear Navigator, Fawlt, Gobshite,The Village Voice Literary Supplement The Library of Potential Literature, The Pushcart Prize Anthology, and The Norton Anthology of Postmodern American Fiction, VLS, The Brooklyn Rail. Her work was featured in The Review of Contemporary Fiction along with William Vollman and David Foster Wallace. Her fiction has been the subject of The Poetics of Postmodernism (Linda Hucheons, Routledge), History Made, History Imagined (David Price, University of Illinois), among others. She has taught at Barnard College, Columbia University, and the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She currently teaches at Hunter College.