Kaplan, Alice

Biography

Born in Minneapolis in 1954, Alice Kaplan divides her time between Connecticut, France, and Algeria. A finalist for the National Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and the Henry Adams prize, she is known for the narrative power of her creative nonfiction, in The Collaborator, The Interpreter, Dreaming in French, and Looking for The Stranger. Maison Atlas is her first novel.