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Melissa' Blumberg's short story, The Pet, was produced as an audio production by Gilded Audio. Mara Wilson (Matilda, Mrs. Doubtfire) narrates and is accompanied by haunting western music from Brad Smith (Blind Mellon).
Slackjaw published Tianna Maye's piece "Custody of Jason: The Final Chapter".
The 2020 Florida State Poets Association contest awarded Elaine Person 2nd Place for her poem "Get on With It: Thoughts of a Single Woman".
Woodhall Press announced it will publish Mike Keren's memoir Four Funerals, No Marriage in 2021.
Brandylane Publishers published Elspeth Roake's memoir Safe.
The New York Foundation for the Arts has named Christola Phoenix a 2020 Artists' Fellow in Nonfiction Literature.
Nautilus published Ayala Danzig's essay "Thank You for the 7 PM Clapping , But Camaraderie Is Needed More Than Ever".
Fresh Perspectives—New Docs in Practice published Lalita Abhyankar's essay "COVID-19 and the Burden of Secondary Grief."
Teen Vogue published Ashley Jordan's article "The Glorias: Four Lessons for Young Activists from the Gloria Steinem Biopic."
Unbound published Mia Levitin's essay collection The Future of Seduction.
Koehler Books published Christine Shields Corrigan's memoir Again: Surviving Cancer Twice with Love and Lists.
Gulf Coast magazine published Catina Bacote's essay "Eighty-Three Questions About the Death of De'Sohn Wilson: An Ongoing Investigation."
Skies Magazine published Lola Reid Allin's article "Notes from Females at the Controls," the first in a five-part Women In Aviation series.
Solstice Literary Magazine published Lisa Braxton's essay "Welcome to the Neighborhood".
The Acentos Review published Florencia Ruiz Mendoza's essay "Being Dual / Dualidad."
Kveller.com publishes Susan Kravet's story "Quarantine Finally Gave Me the Confidence to Dance".
The Manifestation published Martina Clark's essay "What Doesn't Kill You Still Sucks: HIV and Covid19."
U.S. News and World Report published Zinaria Williams' op-ed "Heroes Need Help, Too."
The Acentos Review published Adela Brito's story "Category-5 Effects".
The New York Times published Sharon Soldati's essay "Is the Coronavirus Gone? A 5-Year-Old In Switzerland Asks," which she began in a Gotham class.
The Rumpus published three of Delano Burrowes' poems, "When I'm Not Being Black," "The Letter," and "Tastes Like Freedom."
Business Insider published Katie Nave's personal essay about quarantining with her ex-husband and young daughter during Covid.
The United Federation of Teachers selected AnnMarie Antenucci's essay "Disappearing Delis" in its anthology Reflections in Poetry and Prose.
The New York Times published Vallery Lomas' article "A Timeless Tomato Tart" in the Food section.
Oro Editions published Anna Angelidakis' book Rooted in the Hood: An Intimate Portrait of New York City's Community Gardens.
She Writes Press published Corie Adjmi's story collection Life and Other Shortcomings.
The Mighty published Atash Yaghmaian's essay "How to Understand Self-Sabotage Through Self-Awareness."
The New York Public Library posted an interview with AnnMarie Antenucci as part of its Community Oral History Project inspired by AnnMarie's essay "Uncle Vincent," which appeared in The Sun magazine and is about her uncle's work as an advocate for the deaf in New York City.
Liubov Kholov published her memoir The Road to My Calling: One Woman's Quest for Purpose in America.
The Independent published Alyona Synenko's essay "I Visited Nigeria's Camps as and Aid Worked and Saw the Devastating Potential of a Coronavirus Outbreak".
The Bangalore Review published Joan Slatoff's story "Fish Prints".
Story House re-published Katarina Wong's essay "Between the Lines: Messages From My Family in Cuba," which originally appeared in the Bronx Memoir Anthology.
Antheneum/Simon & Schuster published Mary Wagley Copp's picture book Wherever I Go. The book is illustrated by Munir D. Mohammad.
Shayna Sands has just released her new song "Secret Pain."
The Omaha Film Festival awarded Best Short Screenplay to Anthony Rainone for his short script "Hippy Dippy".
Lisa Goldstein's essay "Fearless Girl Meets Fearless Girl" has been selected for the anthology On Mothers: True Stories of Laughter, Longing and Love (Read650), and the publishers invited Lisa to read hers at the digital book launch.
Vonetta Young's short story "Sand and Salt" is included in the anthology Furious Gravity, volume nine of the Grace and Gravity anthology series and published jointly by American University and Politics and Prose Bookstore.
Oxford University Press published Susan D'Agostino's book How to Free Your Inner Mathematician: Notes on Mathematics and Life.
The Los Angeles Review of Books published Sasha Graybosch's "Stuff, the Essay."
Writer's Digest chose Ola Jacunski's short story "A Life Measured In Moons" as the winner of the Writer's Digest Popular Fiction Award. Ola writes under the pen name Alexandra Hill.
The Lonely Planet published Kareemah Ashiru's article "How Muslims Around the World Are Celebrating Ramadan During the Pandemic"
Backpackers Magazine published Chiara Crisafulli's article "Ikaria - Volunteering on a Timeless Greek Island".
Refinery29 published Shivani Persad's essay "A Canadian Model on Escaping NYC During the Pandemic's Peak."
Warren Publishing published Kat Harrison's children's book Surgery on Sunday.
The Decameron published Paul Telles's poem "Overachiever".
Simon and Schuster published Sarah Nannery's book What to Say Next: Successful Communication in Work, Life, and Love -- with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Silver Falcon Press published Kathalynn Turner Davis's memoir Kiss Me, Swami: The Spiritual Education of a Beauty Queen.
The Heartland Review awarded Brittany Mishra First Place in their 2020 Joy Boone Poetry Prize for her poem "Black Hills Gold".
Causeway Lit published Nicholas Otte's short story "Bird Versus Glass," which he began in a Gotham Fiction Writing I class with Scott Hess.
The New York Daily News published Elizabeth Lynch's essay "The Very Best Christmas Gift: Families in Dire Straits Need Help Navigating the Legal System."
The Huffington Post has published Judy Nelson's essay, "How Going To A Dead & Company Concert With A Stranger Helped Me Heal After Losing My Son"
Erica Magrin is now a sales coordinator at Disney Worldwide Publishing, working primarily with children's and young adult books.
The Washington Post published Elizabeth Lynch's opinion piece "China's Attacks on Uighur Women Are Crimes Against Humanity."
Karla Silverman's article "The Importance of Integrated Care Models That Address Medical, Behavioral, and Social Health Needs" has been published on the blog for the Center for Health Care Strategies.
Brooklyn Rail published Eva Tortora's poem "Storms and love", as part of their tribute to poet Robert Frank.
Greenslade Creations published Caroline Miley's historical novel Artist on Campaign.
Gerald Akata published his memoir Forgiveness: A Personal Spiritual Journey through Amazon.
Alma published Briyah Paley's essay "Living as a Jewish Woman with Borderline Personality Disorder."
CNN published Frimet Goldberger's op-ed "Monsey Attack Spotlights Hasidic Community's Resilience."
Tammy Rabideau's essay "As the Ball Dropped, Our Lives Fell Apart," begun in a Gotham class, appears in the Modern Love column of the New York Times.
WeScreenplay selected Michael Witkes's short film script "Boys Will" as a semi-finalist in its Diverse Voices contest.
The New York Times published Tammy Rabideau's article "As the Ball Dropped, Our Life Fell Apart" in its Modern Love column.
The Chicago Tribune published Stephen Kulieke's article "Commentary: A Chicago Dad's Story of the Battle of the Bulge, As Told Through His Letters Home".
The Chicago Tribune published Stephen Kulieke's essay "A Chicago Dad's Story of the Battle of the Bulge, as Told Through His Letters Home."
Tiny Buddha published Tonya Lester's article "When Your Partner Isn't Sure They Want a Future With You."