Nora Chassler

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Nora Chassler
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CitizenshipUnited States of America
Alma materCUNY Hunter College St Andrews University
  • Novelist
  • Poet
  • Fragmentist

Nora Chassler is novelist, poet and fragmentist. She is originally from New York City and now resides and works in Scotland. They have published two novels, an epic poem and a book of fragments.


She was born in Wisconsin in 1973. They have studied at CUNY Hunter College, St Andrews University and are currently completing a Phd in creative writing at Edinburgh University. She has published two novels: Miss Thing in 2010 (Two Ravens Press) and Grandmother Divided by Monkey in 2015 (Valley Press). She has also written a book of fragments called Madame Bildungsroman's Optomistic Worldview in 2017 and a long poem, The Minnow Would be Lost, in 2020. Both published by Valley Press.[1] She lives in Edinburgh with her poodle and daughter and is currently writing "The Noracle" a book of poetry in the form of the I Ching. She has recently begun writing films and series for television. They have recieved positive reviews in The Irish Times,[2], The Independent [3] and The Herald. [4]


Miss Thing, Two Ravens Press, 2010. Grandmother Divided by Monkey Equals Outer Space, Valley Press, 2015 Madame Bildungsroman’s Optimistic Worldview, Vally Press, 2017 The Minnow Would Be Lost, Valley Press, 2020 [5]


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