I'm very excited to announce that Augury Books, the independent press that I cofounded in 2010 and run, has become an official imprint of Brooklyn Arts Press. We're very excited to join BAP's family and under their auspices, we will continue to publish two new Augury Books titles each year, beginning in fall of 2018 with the second collection from poet Alicia Jo Rabins and a manuscript we will select from our January Open Reading Period. Our editorial board remains the same and all correspondence for Augury can be sent to email@example.com.
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I'm honored that "When We Were Vikings" (winner of American Literary Review's Creative Nonfiction prize) is listed as a Notable in this year's Best American Essays.Read More
I am thrilled to have been selected as one of five Creative Nonfiction Fellows for the Elizabeth Kostova Foundation's 10th Annual (and First Creative Nonfiction edition) Sozopol Seminars in Bulgaria. It's an honor to join my fellow fellows Akwaeke Emezi, Chris Fenton, Jaclyn Moyer and Evan James for our workshop taught by Philip Graham in Sozopol, Bulgaria, and to participate in the CapitaLiterature Festival in Sofia afterwards.
Many thanks to Justin Sherwood for this great compilation of advice on starting your own press. Sherwood interviewed me, along with other New School University MFA alums like Justin Marks of Birds, LLC and Ben Fama of Wonder, for some practical tips on indie publishing.
I'm so happy to see Pen and Brush Presents, the reading series that I curate, featured as part of a recent episode of Channel 13's show NYC-Arts profiling Pen and Brush. You can watch the episode here to see me, clips from readers Jennifer L. Knox, Laura Sims, and Carey McHugh, and an interview with Pen and Brush's Executive Director Janice Sands.
I'm very grateful to John Madera over at Big Other for including So Late to the Party, as well as two forthcoming Augury Books titles, in his list of "Most Anticipated Small Press Books of 2016." Read the full list here.