Jessica Gross's writing has appeared in The Los Angeles Review of Books,
The New York Times Magazine, and The Paris Review Daily, among other
places. She holds an MFA in fiction from The New School, a Master's
degree in cultural reporting and criticism from
New York University and a Bachelor's in anthropology from Princeton
University. She has received fellowships in fiction from the Yiddish
Book Center (2017) and the 14th Street Y (2015-16), where she also
served as editor of the LABA Journal. She currently
teaches writing at Eugene Lang College at The New School. Hysteria is her first novel.
Photo Credit: Colin Lane
Books by Jessica Gross
In Hysteria, we meet a young woman an hour into yet another alcohol-fueled, masochistic, sexual bender at her local bar.