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@teaobreht Ian Frazier wrote about Inland and The Tiger’s Wife for The New York Review of Books. It’s always such a rare, giddy, intimidating honor to have your work closely read by someone whose work you so admire, and to feel seen in your attempts to meet the inflexibility of genre as a craft challenge. Also, Joanna Neborsky’s accompanying portrait is amazing, and probably now I will rethink my commitment to downtown athleisure...?

Ian Frazier wrote about Inland and The Tiger’s Wife for The New York Review of Books. It’s always such a rare, giddy, intimidating honor to have your work closely read by someone whose work you so admire, and to feel seen in your attempts to meet the inflexibility of genre as a craft challenge. Also, Joanna Neborsky’s accompanying portrait is amazing, and probably now I will rethink my commitment to downtown athleisure...?

@teaobreht The fine folks at the legendary @leopoldsicecream renamed flavors in honor of @savbookfestival authors, and mine was Téa’s Magical Strawberry and from now on dessert will never be as sweet or satisfying again. 🍨🍓✨

The fine folks at the legendary @leopoldsicecream renamed flavors in honor of @savbookfestival authors, and mine was Téa’s Magical Strawberry and from now on dessert will never be as sweet or satisfying again. 🍨🍓✨

@teaobreht 7 years ago today, my Valentine arrived on these shores with little more than a dream, a poor sense of direction, and an ability to see the best in everyone. Happy Love Day to you and everyone you hold dear.

7 years ago today, my Valentine arrived on these shores with little more than a dream, a poor sense of direction, and an ability to see the best in everyone. Happy Love Day to you and everyone you hold dear.

@teaobreht Oh hi there, Our Institutions! I’m just here to perform my civic duty and not let you down—be a dear and do the same this inauspicious week? #juryduty

Oh hi there, Our Institutions! I’m just here to perform my civic duty and not let you down—be a dear and do the same this inauspicious week? #juryduty

@teaobreht 6 years is iron, and by God we took it seriously and are now just one anvil short of a smithy #iron6thanniversary

6 years is iron, and by God we took it seriously and are now just one anvil short of a smithy #iron6thanniversary

@teaobreht It’s an awful, baffling present tense—but despite everything else going on in the world today, 6 years ago we went down to City Hall and got it done. You’re my favorite, @danpsheehan. Thanks for loving me, and recognizing the importance of phone soap, and always letting me have the last bite of dessert. Your awkward monster, Obbie.

It’s an awful, baffling present tense—but despite everything else going on in the world today, 6 years ago we went down to City Hall and got it done. You’re my favorite, @danpsheehan. Thanks for loving me, and recognizing the importance of phone soap, and always letting me have the last bite of dessert. Your awkward monster, Obbie.

@teaobreht Absolutely over the moon to see Inland among these amazing books longlisted for the @dylanthomasprize! What an honor, and what company.

Absolutely over the moon to see Inland among these amazing books longlisted for the @dylanthomasprize! What an honor, and what company.

@teaobreht It’s never especially pleasant to watch a kill being scavenged—but the high tension of carnivores in uneasy truce with one another (at least for a few seconds at a time before they remember themselves) is always breathtaking. Since meeting its end in the morning, this young elk fed about 20 ravens and bald eagles, an unknown number of coyotes, and at least one wolf. We were lucky to witness the last of the nourishment.

It’s never especially pleasant to watch a kill being scavenged—but the high tension of carnivores in uneasy truce with one another (at least for a few seconds at a time before they remember themselves) is always breathtaking. Since meeting its end in the morning, this young elk fed about 20 ravens and bald eagles, an unknown number of coyotes, and at least one wolf. We were lucky to witness the last of the nourishment.

@teaobreht When you’re told your beloved friend’s favorite cake is Prinsesstarta, and then you search for a baker who will make it for their birthday—but then nobody will! so you’re like “FUCK IT I’ll make it myself,” but you don’t have a round pan, and you’re baking at altitude, and you don’t chill your layers properly and they start to sag every which way, and then your ornamental rose goes to hell, and then you’re like argh!!! and you lean in to your failures and give it googly eyes, happy birthday @magicandrew

When you’re told your beloved friend’s favorite cake is Prinsesstarta, and then you search for a baker who will make it for their birthday—but then nobody will! so you’re like “FUCK IT I’ll make it myself,” but you don’t have a round pan, and you’re baking at altitude, and you don’t chill your layers properly and they start to sag every which way, and then your ornamental rose goes to hell, and then you’re like argh!!! and you lean in to your failures and give it googly eyes, happy birthday @magicandrew

@teaobreht Winter light

Winter light

@teaobreht A brisk morning in the neighborhood with two handsome fellas

A brisk morning in the neighborhood with two handsome fellas

@teaobreht I started writing The Tiger’s Wife because I grew obsessed with the idea of a big cat haunting a village in winter. All these years later, I can’t explain what it meant to lie in the dark last night and think of this girl moving in her own world, curled up on her hill or wandering the snow-filled alleys of our sleeping town unseen. 
We have spent the totality of our time on earth projecting meaning onto animals. We have feared them, dreamt about them, domesticated them, loved them, set our lives in opposition to and in alliance with their own. All the while, regardless of the increasingly catastrophic evolution of our species, they have endured in their own ways, synced to rhythms we can’t hear and knowledge we can’t divine. They remind us that some other reality has always eluded us. The further we grow from them, the further we grow from something utterly necessary. It was a true gift to stand tonight with a small, shivering cluster of devotees, waiting for this girl to be drawn out of hiding and toward her kill again by the falling dark and the rising moon and the things inside her that only she knows, on which we have no effect, and to which we do not matter at all. Thank you, @fightingextinction and Sophie From Seattle, who shared their scopes with me so I could take a closer look at her face, her eyes, the wild totality of her. It was unforgettable.

I started writing The Tiger’s Wife because I grew obsessed with the idea of a big cat haunting a village in winter. All these years later, I can’t explain what it meant to lie in the dark last night and think of this girl moving in her own world, curled up on her hill or wandering the snow-filled alleys of our sleeping town unseen. We have spent the totality of our time on earth projecting meaning onto animals. We have feared them, dreamt about them, domesticated them, loved them, set our lives in opposition to and in alliance with their own. All the while, regardless of the increasingly catastrophic evolution of our species, they have endured in their own ways, synced to rhythms we can’t hear and knowledge we can’t divine. They remind us that some other reality has always eluded us. The further we grow from them, the further we grow from something utterly necessary. It was a true gift to stand tonight with a small, shivering cluster of devotees, waiting for this girl to be drawn out of hiding and toward her kill again by the falling dark and the rising moon and the things inside her that only she knows, on which we have no effect, and to which we do not matter at all. Thank you, @fightingextinction and Sophie From Seattle, who shared their scopes with me so I could take a closer look at her face, her eyes, the wild totality of her. It was unforgettable.

@teaobreht Lovely, dark and deep

Lovely, dark and deep

@teaobreht Grateful for this unexpected reminder of the world’s wonders: a glimpse of that rarest of all neighbors, the mountain lion, who on this day was curled up under a tree a quarter mile from my home.

Grateful for this unexpected reminder of the world’s wonders: a glimpse of that rarest of all neighbors, the mountain lion, who on this day was curled up under a tree a quarter mile from my home.

@teaobreht Glad tidings from my wonderful French publisher—it seems that Inland is a finalist for the France Inter/JDD Prix du Livre Étranger, alongside works by Susan Orlean, Chigozie Obioma and the wondrous @shafakelif! What an honor! 🧡💛💜🇫🇷

Glad tidings from my wonderful French publisher—it seems that Inland is a finalist for the France Inter/JDD Prix du Livre Étranger, alongside works by Susan Orlean, Chigozie Obioma and the wondrous @shafakelif! What an honor! 🧡💛💜🇫🇷

@teaobreht Evening walk. Somewhere the sun was setting, and all that distant light turned the whole world faintly pink.

Evening walk. Somewhere the sun was setting, and all that distant light turned the whole world faintly pink.

@teaobreht This year was a ridiculous one for books. So many incredible offerings from so many amazing writers. It has been impossible to choose favorites, but the three I got to talk about on THE TODAY SHOW were Angie Kim’s MIRACLE CREEK; Lauren Wilkinson’s AMERICAN SPY, and Salvatore Scibona’s THE VOLUNTEER. It was thrilling to hear the inimitable Jasmine Guillory’s picks, too—you can read more about them, as well as our bonus picks, Mira Jacob’s GOOD TALK and Aleksandar Hemon’s MY PARENTS: AN INTRODUCTION/THIS DOES NOT BELONG TO YOU online!

This year was a ridiculous one for books. So many incredible offerings from so many amazing writers. It has been impossible to choose favorites, but the three I got to talk about on THE TODAY SHOW were Angie Kim’s MIRACLE CREEK; Lauren Wilkinson’s AMERICAN SPY, and Salvatore Scibona’s THE VOLUNTEER. It was thrilling to hear the inimitable Jasmine Guillory’s picks, too—you can read more about them, as well as our bonus picks, Mira Jacob’s GOOD TALK and Aleksandar Hemon’s MY PARENTS: AN INTRODUCTION/THIS DOES NOT BELONG TO YOU online!

@teaobreht There will never be a reality in which this does not feel like a dream. Thank you again, President @barackobama, for this overwhelming honor.

There will never be a reality in which this does not feel like a dream. Thank you again, President @barackobama, for this overwhelming honor.

Tea Obreht @teaobreht profile on Instagram stories highlights, photos and videos

Can someone know if you are stalking their Instagram profile?

-There are a bunch of apps that allow you to do that.Most of them are paid which shows a bunch of people that visited your profile lately and to unlock the other bunch you will have to pay. -However lately i was really lucky i found one app that you can view basically everyone that entered your profile and checked anything about your profile,basically all you have to do is watch a add which is like 3 seconds long,it’s called InstaViewer. -Basically people would need to dig in deeply to be able to find an app that allows them to see who stalks their profile. However to be perfectly correct if they can or not.Yes they can but most of them don’t care or ignore it completely. I rarely use it because of the high follower number.Only on special circumstances.Can’t keep a track on all of them.


Is there any app for Instagram to check stalkers?

Yes. There are many applications to check who views your profile on your Instagram. “IG Analyzer” is one of those apps. However, to use any of those applications you’ll have to pay. I’d rather suggest you switch to a business profile so you get an idea of how many people view your profile and how many people you can reach.

Yes there is one ; "Who viewed my insta”,there are some premier contents but free version works fine though

You can use social rank for free to find your stalkers (and much more) for free. SocialRank, as described on their website, is “The easiest way to identify, organize, and manage your audience on Twitter and Instagram.” It works by pulling all your following and followers on either Instagram and Twitter and provides you an easy to use web-interface to split and segment the information as you wish. The data is incredibly detailed and lists each follower in a table form. The tool provides the name and username of your followers, the total number of followers they currently have, the average likes/comments they receive on their posts, and their engagement rates.


Who blocked you on Instagram?

What happened to insta-stalker.com website?

  1. Open the Instagram App and click the Search Button

  2. Search for the culprit’s username. If it shows up, you’re not blocked.  If it doesn’t, continue with Step 3.

  3. Go to a mutual friend’s Instagram. (The closer they are with the suspect, the better.)

  4. Go through their posts, likes, comments, and followers to see if the suspect’s username appears.

  5. If the user’s name appears, click on it.

  6. If you click on the user’s profile and are unable to see their content, even though at the top of their profile it says they have a number of posts, then they have blocked you.

  7. If the user’s Instagram profile is set to Private, then their name will not appear on the search list; they have either blocked you or deactivated their Instagram account.