Caeli Wolfson Widger

Caeli Wolfson Widger’s work has appeared in such publications as The New York Times MagazineAnother Chicago Magazine, and the Madison Review, as well as on NPR and CBS Radio. Currently teaching for Writing Workshops Los Angeles, she has taught in the past for Brooklyn’s Sackett Street Writers' Workshop and at University College London. Real Happy Family is her first novel.


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Unhappy in Its Own Way

Caeli Wolfson Widger takes on the reality of reality television in her debut novel, "Real Happy Family."...

Unhappy in Its Own Way


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