Stephanie Pushaw

Stephanie Pushaw is a writer from Los Angeles and current Truman Capote Fellow at the University of Montana, where she is pursuing an MFA in Fiction. She works as assistant editor of The Believer Logger and fiction editor of Cutbank. Her writing has recently appeared in publications such as Fractal and Slippery Elm, and her essay “Crickets” won DIAGRAM’s 2014 Essay Contest and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her website is www.stephaniepushaw.com.


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The Promise of Sex

26-year-old virgin Julia spends her summer seeking someone to deflower her, and thus cure her existential angst, in Emma Rathbone’s debut novel “Losing It”....

The Promise of Sex
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