Archive for 'Higher Education'

Goodreads Giveaway for HIGHER EDUCATION

Goodreads members can enter a giveaway to win one of two copies of the new edition of Lisa Pliscou’s Higher Education, praised by David Foster Wallace, Booklist, Publishers Weekly, and more. The contest ends on April 5, 2016.

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More about Higher Education here.

 

 

 

New Edition of “Higher Education” Now Available for Preorder

The new edition of Lisa Pliscou’s first novel, Higher Education, is now available for preorder. Originally published as part of the “Brat Pack” literary phenomenon of the 80s, it’s been praised by David Foster Wallace, Booklist, Mary Robison, Tara Altebrando, Publishers Weekly, and more.

Click here to preorder.

More about Higher Education here.

Read the new afterword by Jeff Gomez here.

 

 

Lisa Pliscou on HuffPost

Lisa Pliscou, author of Young Jane Austen: Becoming a Writer, Higher Education, and the forthcoming Jane Austen, the Girl Who Wrote, was interviewed by Annie Scholl for HuffPost’s “Books” section on December 14, 2015.

Read the interview, “Author Celebrates ‘Badass’ Birthday Girl, Jane Austen,” here.

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More about Lisa Pliscou here.

 

 

Praise from Tara Altebrando for “Higher Education”

Praise from Tara Altebrando for the new edition of Higher Education (Viking 1987, Open Road Media 2016): “A brilliant time capsule from the 80s, Higher Education takes readers on a breakneck tour through ten days in the vertiginous life of a Harvard senior, Miranda Walker, and the result is hilarious, whipsmart, and maybe just a little bit sad. It’s a perfect depiction of the end of college, when life feels like a sinking ship. Luckily for us, Miranda isn’t going down quietly.”

Coming soon: a new edition of “Higher Education”

In April 2016, Open Road Media is publishing a new edition of Lisa’s first novel Higher Education, originally published by Viking Penguin in 1987. The 2016 edition will include an afterword by Jeff Gomez, author of Our Noise and Print Is Dead, praise from David Foster Wallace and Betsy Byars, and a newly designed cover.