Jonathan Lethem is the author of twelve novels including Girl In Landscape, Chronic City, and The Arrest. His thirteenth, Brooklyn Crime Novel, will be published in 2023. He lives in Los Angeles and Maine.
Okwiri Oduor was born in Nairobi, Kenya. Her short story “My Father’s Head” won the 2014 Caine Prize for African Writing. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Granta, The New Inquiry, Kwani, and elsewhere. She has been a fellow at MacDowell and Art Omi and a visiting writer at the Lannan Center. Oduor has an MFA in creative […]
Caitlin Barasch earned her BA from Colorado College and her MFA from New York University. Her work has appeared in more than a dozen publications, including Catapult, Day One, The Forge, and Hobart. A former bookseller, Caitlin currently teaches creative writing at the Writers Circle. She was born and raised in New York and now lives in Brooklyn. A Novel Obsession is […]
Sidik Fofana earned an MFA from New York University. He lives with his wife and son in New York City where he is a public school teacher. Stories From the Tenants Downstairs is his debut book.
David Santos Donaldson was raised in Nassau, Bahamas. After attending Wesleyan University and the Drama Division of The Juilliard School he has lived in India, Spain, The United States, and The Bahamas. His plays have been commissioned by The Public Theater, and he was a finalist for The Urban Stages Emerging Playwright Award. He has […]
Tsering Yangzom Lama’s debut novel, We Measure the Earth With Our Bodies, was New York Times Summer Reads Pick and has been longlisted for the Toronto Book Award and the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize. She holds an MFA in Writing from Columbia University and a BA in Creative Writing and International Relations from the University […]
Jared Marcel Pollen is the author of The Unified Field of Loneliness: Stories, and the novel Venus&Document. His work has appeared in The Los Angeles Review of Books, Gawker, Tablet, Astra (forthcoming), Jacobin, and Liberties (forthcoming). He currently lives in Prague.
Conner Habib hosts the podcast Against Everyone with Conner Habib, which features conversations with artists, intellectuals, and countercultural figures, and covers topics as wide-ranging as punk rock, philosophy, pornography, and occultism. His nonfiction writing has appeared in multiple online and print magazines. He lives in Ireland. Hawk Mountain is his first novel.
Sasha Fletcher is the author of it is going to be a good year, several chapbooks of poetry, and a novella. His work can be found both online and in print. His debut novel is Be Here to Love Me at the End of the World, published by Melville House.