Click below to read an excerpt from Notes on a Silencing in Vanity Fair

Click below to read an interview with Lacy in The New York Times

Lacy Crawford is an author of fiction and nonfiction, including the satire Early Decision (Morrow, 2013) and the memoir Notes on a Silencing (Little, Brown, 2020).

Her literary journalism includes profiles of Frank Conroy, Reynolds Price, and Shirley Hazzard. A former senior editor of Narrative, Lacy’s other jobs have included high school English teacher, human and environmental rights campaigner, co-convener of a high-level international conference on pandemic influenza, Girl Friday to an English lord, and director of the Burberry Foundation.

Lacy lives in California with her husband and three children.