Cynthia Gralla is the author of The Floating World, a novel, and an academic monograph, The Demimonde in Japanese Literature: Sexuality and the Literary Karyukai. Her current projects are The Snow Queen, a literary historical novel; Environmental Causes, an essay collection; and Bunny Boiler: Surviving Borderline Personality Disorder and Finding a Self to Love, a memoir about living with the disease.
She holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of California, Berkeley, and has taught literature, academic writing, and creative writing at Berkeley and the International College of Liberal Arts in Kofu, Japan. She currently teaches at Royal Roads University and the University of Victoria. Her podcast, A Real Affliction: BPD, Culture, and Stigma, will launch in April 2024.
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