MARGARET ATWOOD is the author of more than forty books--novels, short stories, poetry, literary criticism, social history, and books for children. Atwood's work is acclaimed internationally and has been published around the world. Her novels include The Handmaid's Tale; Cat's Eye; The Robber Bride; Alias Grace; The Blind Assassin, winner of the Booker Prize; and her celebrated MaddAddam Trilogy: Oryx and Crake, The Year of the Flood, and MaddAddam. Her books of short fiction include Moral Disorder and Stone Mattress. Margaret Atwood lives in Toronto with novelist Graeme Gibson.
“[These] stories have the caustic wit and giddy deviance ... along with the probing interiority and flinty insights of Atwood’s novels.”—Minneapolis Star Tribune
“Stylish, acerbic and wickedly funny ... With wit, sympathy and precision, Atwood draws readers into a reflective frame of mind.”—Miami Herald
"Stunning ... Atwood brings her biting wit to bear on the battle of the sexes."—Publishers Weekly, starred review
"Shrewdly brilliant, gleefully mischievous, and acerbically hilarious ... Atwood has the raptor's penetrating gaze, speed, and agility and never misses her mark."—Booklist, starred review
"Clever tales about writers and lovers ... Atwood is a playful, sharp-edged, and politically alert author."—Kirkus Reviews