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What it feels like to be a bestseller: Stephanie Danler and 'Sweetbitter'

In the first line of Stephanie Danler’s bestselling debut novel, “Sweetbitter,” her narrator, Tess, begins, “You will develop a palate,” sounding a motif from the book’s initial moment. And just a few lines down another reveals as much about the heart of this novel as it does the writer who has...
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Inside the List

Entertainment / Books : NYTimes: Books

Stephanie Danler, whose foodie novel, “Sweetbitter,” is No. 14 on the hardcover fiction list, prefers restaurants “where I can feel the staff a little bit, they have a little bit of a personality.”

Books of The Times: Review: ‘Sweetbitter,’ a ‘Bright Lights, Big City’ for the Restaurant Set

Entertainment / Books : NYTimes: Books

Stephanie Danler’s first novel is about a young woman who falls deeply into her work in New York City’s restaurant world.

The Bottom Line: 'Sweetbitter' By Stephanie Danler

News : Huffington Post

Sweetbitter faced dauntingly high expectations for many months before any reviewers, let alone members of the general public, had the opportunity to read it. Stephanie Danler was an unpublished writer working as a waitress at Buvett...

Podcast: Inside The New York Times Book Review: ‘Secondhand Time’

Entertainment / Books : NYTimes: Books

Adam Hochschild talks about Svetlana Alexievich’s “Secondhand Time”; Stephanie Danler discusses her debut novel, “Sweetbitter”; and Jojo Moyes on the film adaptation of her novel “Me Before You.”

The Rumpus Interview with Stephanie Danler

Entertainment / Books : The Rumpus Books

Stephanie Danler discusses her debut novel, Sweetbitter, writing sensually, and the power of an authentic voice.

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