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Graff
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Andrew J. Graff is the author of the novel, Raft of Stars (Ecco - HarperCollins Publishers, March 2021). His fiction and essays have appeared in Image and Dappled Things. Andrew grew up fishing, hiking, and hunting in Wisconsin's Northwoods. After a tour of duty in Afghanistan, Graff earned an MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop. He lives in Ohio and teaches at Wittenberg University.

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Greenfeld
Forthcoming from Little A in 2018
Forthcoming from Eamon Dolan Books
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Greenfeld's award-winning writing has appeared in publications such as Harper's, The Atlantic, The Paris Review, The New York Times Magazine, and GQ, and in anthologies including Best American Short Stories, O. Henry Prize Stories, Best American Sports Writing, Best American Travel Writing, Best American Nonrequired Reading, and The Best Creative Nonfiction. He is currently a writer for the television show Ray Donovan.

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Gupta
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Sunetra Gupta is the author of the novels Memories of Rain, The Glassblower’s Breath, A Sin of Color (shortlisted for the Orange Prize), Moonlight into Marzipan, and, most recently, So Good in Black (Clockroot).

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Gwin
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Minrose Gwin is the author of the memoir Wishing for Snow and the novels The Queen of Palmyra, which was a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers Book, a finalist for the John Gardner Fiction Book Award; Promise, which was an Indie Next Pick and a finalist for the Willie Morris Award for Southern Fiction; and The Accidentals, which was awarded the Mississippi Institute for Arts and Letters 2020 Fiction Award.

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Haines
Forthcoming from Unbridled Books
Forthcoming from Sourcebooks
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Lise Haines is the author of the novels Girl in the Arena (Bloomsbury), a South Carolina Book Award Nominee; Small Acts of Sex and Electricity (Unbridled Books), a Book Sense Pick in 2006 and one of ten "Best Book Picks for 2006" by the NPR station, San Diego; and, In My Sister's Country (Penguin / Putnam), a finalist for the 2003 Paterson Fiction Prize, which The Boston Globe called "an authoritative fictional debut."

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Hakes
Forthcoming from HarperVia
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Jasmin ‘Iolani Hakes was born and raised in Hilo, Hawaii. Her essays have appeared in the Los Angeles Times and the Sacramento Bee and she is the recipient of the Best Fiction award from the Southern California Writers Conference, a Writing by Writers Emerging Voices fellowship, and a Hedgebrook residency. Her debut novel Hula is forthcoming from Scribner.

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Hale
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Nancy Hale, 1908-1988, was a prolific and best-selling novelist whose short fiction appeared frequently in the New Yorker and other publications.

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Hall
Forthcoming from David R. Godine
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Meredith Hall is the author of the critically acclaimed, bestselling memoir Without a Map (Beacon Press). At the age of forty-four, Meredith Hall graduated from Bowdoin College. She won the $50,000 Gift of Freedom Award from A Room of Her Own Foundation, which gave her the financial freedom to devote time to her first book. Her other honors include a Pushcart Prize and notable essay recognition in Best American Essays; she was also a finalist for the Rona Jaffe Award. Hall’s work has appeared in the New York Times, Creative Nonfiction, The Southern Review, Five Points, Prairie Schooner, and several anthologies. She teaches writing at the University of New Hampshire and lives in Maine.

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Halliburton
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Rachel Halliburton read English and Classics at Cambridge. As a journalist for the past twenty years, she has written for publications including The Times, Financial Times, New Statesman, Spectator, Evening Standard and Independent. She lives in London.

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Hansen
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Brooks Hansen is a novelist, screenwriter, and illustrator. He is the author nine books, including novels both for adults and young readers. His first novel, The Chess Garden, was named a Best Book of the Year by Publishers Weekly, and he won a Guggenheim Fellowship for his novel John the Baptist. His new novel, The Unknown Woman of the Seine, is forthcoming from Delphinium Books.

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Harrar
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George Harrar is the author of the novels The Spinning Man (Putnam) and Reunion at Red Paint Bay (Other Press), as well as many beloved children’s novels, including The Wonder Kid and Not As Crazy As I Seem (Houghton Mifflin).

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Havelin
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Karen Havelin is a writer and translator from Bergen, Norway. She attended Skrivekunst-akademiet i Hordaland, and has a Bachelor’s degree in French, Literature, and Gender Studies from the University of Bergen and University of Paris Sorbonne. She completed her MFA in Fiction from Columbia University in May 2013. Her work has been published both in Norwegian and in English. Her first novel, Please Read This Leaflet Carefully was published simultaneously in the US, the UK and Norway in spring 2019, from Dottir Press, Dead Ink Books and Cappelen Damm (norsk tittel Les pakningsvedlegget nøye), and it was also translated into Catalan (Angle Editorial).

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Hazel
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Before turning his hand to writing, James Hazel was a lawyer in private practice specialising in corporate and commercial litigation and employment law. He was an equity partner in a regional law firm and held a number of different department headships until he quit legal practice to pursue his dream of becoming an author. He has a keen interest in criminology and a passion for crime thrillers, indie music and all things retro. James lives on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds with his wife and three children.

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Head
Forthcoming from Dutton
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Cheryl A. Head is based in Washington, DC and is the author of the two-time Lambda Literary Award-nominated Charlie Mack Motown mysteries; Time’s Undoing is her first standalone novel. Head is a member of Crime Writers of Color, Mystery Authors of America, Sisters in Crime, and a member of the Bouchercon Board of Directors.

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Holland
Forthcoming from Flatiron
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Jacqueline Holland received her MFA in creative writing from the University of Kansas. Her short fiction has appeared in Hotel Amerika, Flash Fiction Magazine, and Big Fiction Magazine. She was selected as a top-twenty-five finalist for Glimmer Train's Short Story Award for New Writers, as well as Sequestrum Magazine's New Writers Award.

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Hoover
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Michelle Hoover is the author of the acclaimed novel The Quickening (Other Press) as well as the novel Bottomland (Grove/Atlantic). She has been a Bread Loaf Writer’s Conference scholar, the Philip Roth Writer-in-Residence at Bucknell University, a MacDowell fellow, a Pushcart Prize nominee, and winner of the 2005 PEN/New England Discovery Award for Fiction.

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Hopkins
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Angela Hopkins is the author of Riverine: A Memoir from Anywhere but Here, winner of the Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize. In praise of Riverine, bestselling author Leslie Jamison wrote, “her gorgeous candor sings urgently through these pages, her prose a tuning fork offering frequencies I’d never heard before.” In a starred review, Publishers Weekly raved, “Combining lyrical prose with a haunting narrative, she recounts a story filled with secret longings, family history, and musings on what might have been... this is a memoir to linger over, savor, and study.” She is at work on an essay collection, The Builder’s Sacrifice.

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Israel
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A former US Representative for New York’s third congressional district, Congressman Steve Israel has also served as head of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee since 2010. He served on the Huntington, New York town board before being elected to Congress in 2001.

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Jamnia
Forthcoming from Tachyon
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Naseem Jamnia is a 2019 Lambda Literary Emerging Writers Retreat Fellow and freelance writer and editor, with an MS in Biological Sciences. Their nonfiction has appeared in The Rumpus, The Washington Post, Cosmopolitan and other sites, and they were the 2018 Bitch Media Fellow in Technology. A native Chicagoan and child to Iranian immigrants, Naseem lives with their husband, dog, and two cats in Reno, Nevada, where they're getting their MFA in Fiction.

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January
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Sativa January holds an MFA in fiction from New York University, where she received a Veterans Writing Workshop fellowship. At NYU, she taught poetry and fiction, served as a fiction editor for Washington Square Review, and led writing workshops for soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Her work has appeared in The Threepenny Review,Rattle magazine, The International Journal of Transitional Justice and elsewhere. She is working on a novel.

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Jimenez
Forthcoming from Grand Central
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Claire Jiménez is a Puerto Rican writer who grew up in Brooklyn and Staten Island, New York. She is the author of the short story collection Staten Island Stories (Johns Hopkins Press, 2019), which received the 2019 Hornblower Award for a first book from the New York Society Library, was named a finalist for the International Latino Book Awards, a New York Public Library Favorite Book about New York, and Best Latino Book of 2019 by NBC News. She received her M.F.A. from Vanderbilt University and is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Her fiction, essays and reviews have appeared in Remezcla, Afro-Hispanic Review, PANK, The Rumpus, el roommate, Eater, District Lit, The Toast and the Los Angeles Review of Books, among other publications.

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Laurence Jones was born and raised in London. His short stories have been published in literary journals including Storgy, New Zenith Magazine and Collages, as well as the forthcoming Seven Hills Review, Sanctuary and Impermanent Facts anthologies. He has been shortlisted/longlisted for multiple literary prizes including the Commonwealth Short Story Prize and TLC’s Pen Factor.

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Jones
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Shane Jones is the author of three previous novels, Light Boxes, Daniel Fights a Hurricane, and Crystal Eaters, and several smaller works of fiction and poetry. Light Boxes was an NPR Best Book of the Year, translated into ten languages, and optioned for film by Spike Jonze; Crystal Eaters was named a “50 Best Fabulist Books Everyone Should Read” and “50 Best Genre-Bending Books Everyone Should Read” (Flavorwire). His work has appeared in hundreds of journals in print and online, including The Paris Review Daily, VICE, The Believer Logger, Tin House, The Millions, Dazed Digital, The Rumpus, BOMB, Salon, and DIAGRAM. His newest novel Vincent and Alice and Alice is out now from Tyrant Books.

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Jones
Forthcoming from McClelland & Stewart
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Amy Jones's first novel, We're All in This Together, was a national bestseller, won the Northern Lit Award, was a finalist for the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour, and named a "Best Book of the Year" by the Globe and Mail and Quill & Quire. Her debut collection of stories, What Boys Like, won the Metcalf-Rooke Award and was a finalist for the ReLit Award. Her fiction has won the CBC Literary Prize for Short Fiction, appeared in Best Canadian Stories and The Journey Prize Stories, and been selected as Longform's Pick of the Week. Originally from Halifax, she lived in Thunder Bay for many years before moving to Toronto.

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Jonge
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Peter de Jonge is co-author of three James Patterson books, including the number one New York Times bestselling thrillers Beach Road and The Beach House, and author of the novels Shadows Still Remain and Buried On Avenue B (HarperCollins).

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Kaminsky
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Leah Kaminsky is poetry and fiction editor at the Medical Journal of Australia. She conceived and edited Writer, M.D., an anthology of contemporary doctor-writers. She is the author of We’re All Going to Die, the award-winning poetry collection Stitching Things Together, and collaborated on the number one Amazon bestseller Cracking the Code. She holds an MFA in creative writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts.

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Kapur
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Ratika Kapur's most recent work is the acclaimed novel The Private Life of Mrs Sharma. Her earlier novel, Overwinter, was longlisted for the 2009 Man Asian Literary Prize. Kapur lives in New Delhi with her husband and son.

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Kletter
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Dana Kletter is the recipient of a Wallace Stegner Fellowship and a was Jones Lecturer in Fiction at Stanford University. She received her MFA from the University of Michigan, where she won Hopwood prizes in both Short Fiction and Novel. Her work has appeared in The Sun, Michigan Quarterly Review, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Phoenix, and elsewhere. She is also a musician, with releases on Mammoth, Hannibal, Interscope, and Rykodisc records. She is at work on a memoir, Dear Enemy.

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Knickerbocker
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Alyssa Knickerbocker is the author of the novella Your Rightful Home. Her short stories have appeared in American Short Fiction, Alaska Quarterly Review, Meridian, and The Best of the West 2011. She held the Halls Emerging Artist Fellowship at the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing and the Axton Fellowship in Fiction at the University of Louisville. Knickerbocker earned an MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she received the David and Jean Milofsky Prize in fiction.

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Kress
Forthcoming from The Story Plant
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Nancy Kress is the bestselling author of more than thirty science-fiction and fantasy novels and novellas. Kress is a six-time Nebula Award winner, including two consecutive awards for her novellas After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall and Yesterday’s Kin. She is also the recipient of the Sturgeon and Campbell awards, as well as two Hugo awards. Her fiction has been translated into nearly two dozen languages, including Klingon. Kress teaches writing at workshops, including Clarion West and Taos Toolbox, as well as at the University of Leipzig in Germany, as a guest professor. Kress lives in Seattle, Washington, with her husband, the author Jack Skillingstead, and Cosette, the world’s most spoiled toy poodle.

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Kristjansson
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Snorri Kristjansson is an Icelander living in Edinburgh. He is a writer of books, films and plays, as well as a drama teacher for a secondary school. Among his many odd "achievements" in life, he's variously: Taught Icelandic to the British Ambassador; Appeared on Sky News to explain the banking crash; Performed stand-up comedy in various venues across the UK and other countries, including (but not limited to) a boxing ring, a barn and a warship; Written a BA thesis on himself; and taught roughly 9000 people to pronounce Eyafjallajökull and various other things of a similar nature. He is the author of five novels.

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Kuhn
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A former professor of history at Carthage College, Kuhn has written extensively about the British monarchy and Victorian high politics.

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Kwak
Forthcoming from The Overlook Press
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Gene Kwak is the author of two chapbooks: Orphans Burning Orphans available from Greying Ghost Press and a self-titled collection available from Awst Press. He has published fiction and nonfiction both in print and online in The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Rumpus, Wigleaf, Paper Darts, Redivider, Hobart, Electric Literature. He lives in Omaha, Nebraska, and his debut novel, Go Home, Ricky! is forthcoming from The Overlook Press in 2021.

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Lam
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Andrew Lam is the web editor of New America Media, a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and NPR’s All Things Considered, and author of the essay collection East Eats West: Writing in Two Hemispheres (Heyday) and the short story collections Birds of Paradise Lost (Red Hen Press) and PEN Open Book Award–winner Perfume Dreams (Heyday).

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Lanza
Forthcoming from The Story Plant
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Robert Lanza, MD is one of the most respected scientists in the world. Lanza is head of Astellas Global Regenerative Medicine, Chief Scientific Officer of the Astellas Institute for Regenerative Medicine, and adjunct professor at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He was recognized by TIME magazine in 2014 on its list of the "100 Most Influential People in the World." Lanza was part of the team that cloned the world's first human embryo, as well as the first to successfully generate stem cells from adults using somatic-cell nuclear transfer (therapeutic cloning). In 2001 he was also the first to clone an endangered species, and recently published the first-ever report of pluripotent stem cell use in humans. He is the author of three nonfiction books, most recently <i>The Grand Biocentric Design</i>.

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Leader
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Samuel Leader holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of California, Irvine, and a BA in Philosophy and Modern Languages from Oxford. He was a fellow at the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center and writer-in-residence at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. He is working on a novel entitled The Trial of Monsieur Pascal.

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Lee
Forthcoming from Wednesday Books
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As the steward of her father’s legacy, Shannon Lee serves as the CEO of the Bruce Lee Family Company and the chairperson of the Bruce Lee Foundation. Her mission is to provide access to her father’s philosophy and life through education and entertainment. She is the author of Be Water My Friend: The Teachings of Bruce Lee (Flatiron Books). An in-demand speaker, she has spoken at TED, TEDx, Creative Mornings, among others. Shannon is the co-creator and host of the Bruce Lee Podcast, the executive producer of Cinemax’s Warrior series also based off of a treatment written by Bruce Lee, and is now working on GUARDIAN OF THE SCROLL, aYA duology, with award winning fantasy and science fiction author, Fonda Lee.

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Levy
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Ashley Nelson Levy received her MFA from Columbia University and has published fiction and essays in ZYZZYVA, Catapult, The Atlas Review, and Fourteen Hills. In 2015, she co-founded Transit Books, an independent publishing house with a focus on international literature, and her debut novel Immediate Family was published in 2021 by Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

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Lilly
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Pamela Lilly holds an MFA from Johns Hopkins University. Formerly a professor of English at Frederick Community College, she is now a full time writer.

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Lloyd
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My Nameis Venus Black is Heather K. Lloyd’s debut novel. She spent many years working as a freelance editor and book doctor. After raising her children on the West Coast, she and her husband recently moved to New York City where she is at work on her second novel.

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Lott
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Jessica Lott, a graduate of the MFA Program in Fiction Writing at Boston University, is the author of the novel The Rest of Us (Simon & Schuster).

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Lumani
Forthcoming from Uproar Books
Forthcoming from Uproar Books
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Violet Lumani was raised in a family of superstitious omen-watchers, absorbing the stories and myths her family brought to America with them. She holds a BA from Barnard College of Columbia University, and an MBA from UCONN and lives in Connecticut with her husband, two kids, and forever-dieting chihuahua named Kiwi. Foretold, part of the Scryer series, is her YA debut.

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MacGowan
Forthcoming from Welbeck Publishing
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Siobhan MacGowan is from a family of great storytellers, the most prominent of which is her brother Shane MacGowan (of the Pogues fame) and it’s clear from this debut that she too has inherited the writer’s gene. Siobhan is a journalist and musician who lived and worked in London for much of her life but returned to Tipperary, Ireland, several years ago.

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Macher
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Tom Macher is the author of the memoir Halfway, recounting his time in a halfway house in Louisiana. National Book Award winner Jaimy Gordon proclaimed, “I felt an exhilaration, even a joy, in coming across a voice so brilliantly calibrated to make this life visible from inside. Tom Macher invented a unique language for the job…broken in pieces, muttered, slangy, more spat out than sung, yet eloquent, poetic in its way, and devastatingly clear.” Macher received his MFA in creative writing from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and has twice been a fellow at the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center. His short stories have appeared in the Mississippi Review, Slice, Day One, and other magazines.

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Mahmoud
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Doma Mahmoud received his MFA in fiction writing from NYU, where he taught Introduction to Creative Writing. He is a writing instructor at the American University in Cairo.

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Majka
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Sara Majka earned her MFA from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and was a fiction fellow at the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center. Her short stories have been published in The Gettysburg Review, Massachusetts Review, PEN America, A Public Space, VQR, American Short Fiction, and BRICK, among others. She is the author of the critically acclaimed debut collection Cities I’ve Never Lived In, a New York Times Editors’ Choice and one of The Millions’ Most Anticipated books of 2016 (Graywolf/A Public Space).

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Mark
Forthcoming from Random House
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Sabrina Orah Mark is the acclaimed and award-winning author of the book-length poetry collections The Babies (2004) and Tsim Tsum (2009), as well as the chapbook Walter B.’s Extraordinary Cousin Arrives for a Visit & Other Tales from Woodland Editions. Her collection of stories, Wild Milk, was a winner of the Georgia Author of the Year Award for Short Story Collection. Mark’s poetry and stories most recently appear in American Short Fiction, The Bennington Review, Tin House (Open Bar), The Believer, and she writes a monthly column for The Paris Review. She lives in Athens, Georgia with her husband, Reginald McKnight, and their two sons. Her essay collection, Happily, as well as a forthcoming collection of fiction, will be published by Random House.

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Marra
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Anthony Marra is the bestselling author of the novels A Constellation of Vital Phenomena and Mercury Pictures Presents, and the short story collection The Tsar of Love and Techno. The Washington Post hailed A Constellation of Vital Phenomena as “a flash in the heavens that makes you look up and believe in miracles.” The San Francisco Chronicle called The Tsar of Love and Techno “Genius…a stunning masterpiece.” 

 

Marra’s new novel, Mercury Pictures Presents (Hogarth 2022), is an instant New York Times bestseller. In its rave review, the New York Times Book Review hailed it as “a gorgeous book” and from the Chicago Tribune, “dazzling.”

 

Among Marra’s many awards and honors are a Whiting Award; a Guggenheim Fellowship; two awards from the National Book Critics Circle; the Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Award; the Rosenfield Family Foundation Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters; the National Book Award long list; and the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award in fiction.

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Marsh
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Kieran Marsh's short fiction has appeared in the Irish Times, the Irish Independent and he has had his work read by professional actors on RTE radio. He was a finalist in the Hennessy New Irish Writing competition and has been featured in many other publications. He is currently working on his first novel.

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Martin
Forthcoming from Berkley
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Jessica Martin is a lawyer by trade, a writer by choice, and a complete smartass by all accounts. Based in the suburban wilds of Boston, Jess shares her life with a finance geek, a precocious preschooler, and a pair of dogs named after Bond characters. She is not to be trifled with when it comes to trivia, poker, or mini golf.

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Matthews
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Owen Matthews was born in London in 1971. He studied Modern History at Oxford University before beginning his career as a freelance journalist in Bosnia. His stories have appeared in a number of publications including the Spectator, Harper’s& Queen and Private Eye, The Times and Sunday Times, the Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, the Independent and the Independent on Sunday, the Daily Mail and the Times Literary Supplement. From 1995 to 1997 he worked at The Moscow Times, a daily English-language newspaper in Moscow, with forays into Lebanon and Afghanistan.In 1997 Owen became a correspondent for Newsweek magazine, covering the second Chechen war as well as Russian politics and society. From 2001 to 2006 he was based in Istanbul, covering the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq and from 2006 – 14 he was Newsweek’s Moscow bureau chief. He is currently a Contributing Editor at Newsweek.

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Mauro
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Laura Mauro was born and raised in south east London and currently lives in Essex under extreme duress. When she's not making things up she enjoys reading, travelling, watching wrestling, playing video games, collecting tattoos, dyeing her hair strange colours and making up nicknames for her cats. She's a sometime pro wrestling journalist, and current Women’s Wrestling Editor at Steelchair Magazine.In 2018, her short story “Looking for Laika” won the British Fantasy Award for Best Short Story.

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Mayer
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Mark Mayer is the award- winning author of the debut story collection Aerialists. In her praise, Marilyn Robinson wrote, “Mayer writes with a luminous, wistful, elegance.”  For Carmen Maria Machado Aerialist was “one of the best collections I’ve read in years.” And Emily Ruskovich called Mayer “a magician of the American sentence.”  Mayer’s novel-in-progress is based on the life of the ancient Greek philosopher Pythagoras.

Mayer holds an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and a PhD from the University of Denver, and he was awarded the Dana Emerging Writer residency at Cornell’s Center for the Literary Arts. His stories have appeared in American Short Fiction, Kenyon Review, Guernica, Colorado Review, Mid-American Review, and The Best American Mystery Stories. Mayer has an MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and he was awarded the Dana Emerging Writer residency at Cornell University’s Center for the Literary Arts. His fiction has appeared in Guernica, American Short Fiction, The Kenyon Review, and elsewhere. Mayer is an assistant professor in the Department of English at the University of Memphis.

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Mazhirov
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Anna Mazhirov received her MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, where she won the Joyce Carol Oates Award in Fiction. She is at work on a short story collection.

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Mazur
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Grace Dane Mazur was born in Boston, Massachusetts. She is the author of the literary non-fiction work, Hinges: Meditations on the Portals of the Imagination; the novel, Trespass; and a collection of stories, Silk. She received her MFA from the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson, and has taught at Harvard College, Harvard Extension School, and Emerson College. She served as fiction editor at Harvard Review for a decade and at Tupelo Press for seven years. Currently she is on the fiction faculty at the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson. She lives in Cambridge and Westport, Massachusetts, with her husband, the mathematician Barry Mazur.

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McClorey
Forthcoming from Ecco
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Kelly McClorey is a graduate of the MFA at the University of Montana. She lives in Massachusetts, and Placebo, forthcoming from Ecco, is her first novel.

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McCormack
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Dr Una McCormack is a New York Times bestselling science fiction author. She is passionate about women’s writing, science fiction, and helping people find their words and voices. Her latest release, the Star Trek: Picard novel The Last Best Hope, became a USA Today bestseller. Una is well known for her TV tie-in work. She has published more than a dozen novels set in franchises such as Doctor Who, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Discovery. Her audio work with Big Finish has been set in licensed properties such as Doctor Who and Blake’s 7. Her story ‘Taking Flight’ (2017) was shortlisted for the BSFA award for short fiction, and her novel Star Trek: Discovery – The Way to the Stars for a Dragon Con Award. In 2017, she was a judge for the Arthur C Clarke Award.

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McDougall
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Claire McDougall is the author of the novel Veil of Time (Gallery Books), named a Best Book of 2014 by POPSUGAR.

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McGuckin
Forthcoming from Amazon Publishing
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Briana Una McGuckin has an M.L.S., and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Western Connecticut State University. She was selected as a mentee for Pitch Wars 2020. Her fiction has appeared in the Stoker-nominated Not All Monsters anthology (Rooster Republic Press) and The Arcanist. She also maintains http://moonmissives.com, where she sometimes writes about having cerebral palsy.

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McKenna
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Juliet McKenna started reading folk tales and Greek myths at the age of five, and written more over 15 books of epic fantasy. She has been a judge for the Arthur C. Clarke and World Fantasy Awards. A mother and Black Belt in Aikido, she lives in Oxford, England.

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