Books by Edie Meidav

Edie Meidav is the author of The Far Field, called "ambitious and distinguished" by the Los Angeles Times. She lives in California, where she teaches at the New College of California.


KINGDOM OF THE YOUNG by Edie Meidav
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 11, 2017

"A penetrating collection that glides among an impressive breadth of storytelling modes with warmth and easy brilliance."
A probing and deeply ruminative cross-genre odyssey. Read full book review >
CRAWL SPACE by Edie Meidav
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 17, 2005

"Revisionist memories that cheapen the historical record."
Meidav (The Far Field, 2001) crafts a loquacious first-person account by a French Nazi collaborator who makes a bizarre return to the locus of his early guilt and sin. Read full book review >
THE FAR FIELD by Edie Meidav
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 7, 2001

"Meidav provides many of the elements required for a great epic, but her overblown prose, deathly slow pacing, and virtually nonexistent plot undermine whatever pleasures are here."
Maddeningly overwritten debut novel about a middle-aged dilettante who travels to Ceylon, hoping to attain enlightenment for both himself and the idol-worshipping natives. Read full book review >