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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."
The New York Daily News published Katarina Wong's op-ed "The Birthday Gift Havana Deserves."
Kelsey Books published Erika Dreifus' poetry collection Birthright.
The Mighty published Tonya Lester's article "Practice Self-Compassion With This Exercise" on Yahoo Lifestyle.
Oxford University Press published Peter Erdi's book Ranking: The Unwritten Rules of the Social Game We All Play.
Austin Macauley published Tom Lally's debut novel Far From All Else.
Ellen Zaroff published her book A Layered Tress after taking our Creative Writing 101.
Potato Soup Journal published Christine Corrigan's essay "In Words and Plants: How I Landscape My Life".
Kristina Cappetta published her children's book It's Raining Pizza! With illustrations by her daughters, Luciana and Mariella!
The Sun magazine published Ann Marie Antenucci's essay "The Old Church" in its Readers Write section.
The Dubuque Telegraph Herald published Ken Dubuque's article "Ken Dubuque: A Dubuque Visits Namesake City".
Rutgers University Press will release Lincoln Mitchell's nonfiction book San Francisco Year Zero: Political Upheaval, Punk Rock, and a Third-Place Baseball Team on October 16th.
Bear Manor Media published Barry M. Putt Jr.'s book Alice: Life Behind the Counter in Mel's Greasy Spoon.
Michael Sadowski's memoir The Men I've Never Been has been shortlisted for the William Faulkner-William Wisdom Award in Narrative Nonfiction, given by the Pirate's Alley Faulkner Society.
Silver Falcon Press published Kathalyn Davis' memoir Kiss Me, Swami, (co-written with Genevieve Joy.).
Simon and Schuster published Zach Fehst's debut novel American Magic.
ScaryMommy published Sherri Sacchonaghi's article "My Kids Are Growing Up, But My Motherhood Job Definitely Isn't Done".
Wakefield Press published The Red Devil: The Story of South Australian Aviation Pioneer, Captain Harry Butler, AFC, co-authored by Gotham student Samantha Battams.
Regal House will publish Charles Springer's poetry collection Juice this October.
The New York Times published Josie Rubio's article "Dating While Dying".
The Miami Herald published Katarina Wong's op-ed "There's No 'Going Back' — The U.S. Cannot Afford to Lose Its Immigrants."
Afreada published Reyumeh Ejue's short story "Saro Wiwa Dies."
Greenpointers published Alana Pockros' article "Williamsburg Vintage Shop Stays Afloat Amonst Rising Tide of Commercialization."
Etchings Press awarded Robin Lee Lovelace its 2019 Book Award for her novella Savonne, Not Vonny.
Eiffel Tower Press published Jeremy C. Bradley-Silverio Donato's debut novel My Memory Told Me a Secret. Jeremy worked on his first draft in our Novel II-First Draft class.
The Indiana Review published Jan Padios' prose poem "Parade Street." The piece started as an assignment in a Memoir Writing class.
The New York Public Library Zine published two essays by Anita Bushell: "All Was Well" and "Turn It Up".
Little A published William Dameron's memoir The Lie: A Memoir of Two Marriages, Catfishing, and Coming Out. The book was also reviewed in the New York Times Review of Books.
Catalyst magazine published Julia Kramer's article "Connecting to WiFi and Communities All Over the World."
Eagle News published Joanne Soriano's article "Oh, the People You'll Meet at BookCon."
Dime Show Review published Patti Santucci's short story "Roy."
50 Bold published Victoria Hill's essay "You ask, 'Why Would You Want to Dance With Your Father Again?' "
Katarina Wong's essay "Between the Lines: Messages from My Family in Cuba" has been selected for the anthology Bronx Memoir Project, published by the Bronx Council on the Arts.
Regal House Publishing published Charles Springer's poetry collection, Juice.
Bottlecap Press published Ada Elechi's chapbook Harmattan.
St. Martin's Press published Nicola Harrison's novel Montauk on June 4th.
The Union County Performing Arts Center is producing Frank Van Syckel's play Angels in Boston later this summer.
Catalyst magazine published Julia Kramer's article "Revolutionizing Ethical Travel for Women: Meet Purposeful Nomad."
The New York Times published Robert Schroeder's essay "Pierce My Ears or Run Away?" in its Tiny Love Stories column.
Indy Week published Nick Williams' article "Natural Wine is the Most Exhilarating Thing to Drink -- and a Way to Rebel Against the Wine-Industrial Complex." They also published his pieces "Local Whole-Fish Dishes Cater to Family-Style Diners and Adventurous Gourmands Alike" and "You Never Get Over Your First Stoned Hot and Sour Soup."
Sagging Meniscus Press published Joshua Kornreich's third novel Horsebuggy.
Flash Fiction Magazine published Michael Lambert's short story "Batter Down".
FIYAH: Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction published Jen Brown's short story "While Dragons Claim the Sky" in its spring issue.
The American Academy of Family Physicians published Lalita Abyankar's op-ed piece "EAT-Lancet Recommendations Have Value, But Are They Feasible?" in its Fresh Perspectives column.
The Sun magazine published Ann Marie Antenucci's essay "Uncle Vincent" in its Readers Write column on the theme of Equality.
Karina Glaser is co-hosting Book Riot's new podcast Kid Lit These Days, which explores how children's literature handles and responds to current events worldwide.
Fireside Quarterly published Cyd Athens' story "Poison" in its April 2019 issue.