Student News

If you are a student with publication/production news for us, send the info to Dana Miller, dana at gothamwriters dot com.

March 2021

February 2021

January 2021

  • The Daily Science Fiction published Catherine Peacock's flash fiction story "At the Station".

  • Snapdragon: A Journal of Arts and Healing published Erin Gottwald's essay "Listen" in its winter issue. 

  • Huey-Min Chuang wrote and illustrated the picture book You Are Where I Amunder the pen name H.M. Leona, and it is available now. 

  • Woman's Day published Ashley Jordan's essay "How I Learned to Embrace My Jewish Heritage After 37 Years." 

  • The Nashville Review published Nikki Ervice's short story "Mouse."

  • McSweeney's will publish Christopher James Llego's short story "Docile Bodies" in its upcoming Queer Fiction Issue

December 2020

November 2020

October 2020

September 2020

August 2020

July 2020

June 2020

  • 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 Gravityvolume 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." 

May 2020

April 2020