"The End of Getting Lost" author Robin Kirman expounds on storytelling technique, character development and integrating life challenges into her work. Earning a BA in philosophy from Yale College and an MFA in fiction from Columbia University, Kirman taught English at Columbia before writing her first novel, "Bradstreet Gate," which was published by Crown in 2015. Now behind powerhouses like Simon & Schuster and William Morris Endeavor, Kirman is adapting “The End of Getting Lost” for Amazon Studios, as a film produced by Dakota Johnson and starring Margaret Qualley and Paul Mescal.
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