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Thalia Field was born on 1966 in United States, is an American author.

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Field has also published three books of experimental writing and prose poetry with New Directions Publishing, most recently Bird Lovers, Backyard in 2010. She has published a lyric essay, A Prank of Georges, with Essay Press, with co-author Abigail Lang.


Thalia Field (born 1966) is an American author known for innovative fiction and interdisciplinary collaborations. She teaches experimental fiction and performance at Brown University. Her most recent book, Experimental Animals (A Reality Fiction), published by Solid Objects (NY) is a collage-based and genre-blending novel that explores the origins of both experimental literature and modern experimental bio-medicine. Based on the marriage of Claude and Fanny Bernard, the novel also features women activists who have been overlooked in science history and focuses particularly on the living animal body in pain (vivisection) as foundational to the history of physiology.