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Robbie Clipper Sethi

Robbie Clipper Sethi is the author of The Bride Wore Red, a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection. The title chapter received special mention in the 1998 Pushcart Prize XXII Best of the Small Presses. Her fiction has won fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Sethi's stories and poems have appeared in Atlantic Monthly, Mademoiselle, The Philadelphia Inquirer, US1, and a variety of literary magazines and anthologies, including Other Voices, Screaming Monkeys, Alaska Quarterly Review, Boulevard, The Literary Review, Massachusetts Review, and Ascent. She co-edits fiction for The Kelsey Review.

Sethi is a professor and chair of the Department of English at Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ. In 2002, she won Rider's Distinguished Teaching award. She was born in Camden and raised in Cherry Hill, NJ and is an alumna of Indiana University, Bloomington and the University of California, Berkeley. Her family was the subject of a New Jersey Network documentary in the American Family Portraits series. Her husband, a Punjabi Sikh, was raised in New Delhi and came to Berkeley in 1970.

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