Ari Goelman is a short story writer, professor and young adult novelist. He has published many science fiction and fantasy short stories, and his academic work has been covered by the Brookings Institution and The New York Times. His previous novel, The Path of Names, is a paranormal mystery about a young woman at a Jewish summer camp. His latest novel, The Innocence Treatment is a near future thriller about a high school student who undergoes a cutting edge medical treatment to cure her cognitive disability. She subsequently finds herself wrestling with paranoid delusions … that may not be delusions.