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Mascot Books published Milan Doshi's EZ readers, The Crink and Searching for Gold.
Page Publishing, Inc. published The Shingle Weaver's Picnic by Patti Cordano Smith, writing as P.C. Smith.
Still Standing, a documentary film about two people who embarked on a career in Stand-up Comedy in their 80's, premiered at The Lower East Side Film Festival and featured Gotham student George Saltz.
The New York Times published Tracy Kennard's essay "Cancer Took Away My Ability to Eat, but Not My Love of Food" in its Sunday Opinion pages.
The Underwater Railroad Magazine published Sharon Soldati's essay "Chocolates in Pyongyang".
The Masters Review published Florencia Ruiz Mendoza's review of the novel My Heart by Semezdin Mehmedinović, saying of it, "The world is beautiful and an absurd place at the same time and Mehmedinović gives sense to that absurdity and adversity in every sentence of his writing."
Booktrib featured N.S. Vishwanath's novel Nights of the Moonless Sky among its July selections.
Book Authority included Michael Sadowski's memoir Men I've Never Been on its list of the Best New Gay and Lesbian Books to Read in 2021.
Business Insider published Lisa Bubert's article "One Man's 21-Year Protest to Take Down a Confederate Monument — And Force His Texas Town to Face Its Racist Legacy."
Owl Canyon Press published Catherine Peacock's short story "The Shibboleth of the Divide".
Alisha Acquaye's lyric essay "Fruit Snack Fairytale" won the Nonfiction Prize in the annual Prose and Poetry Contest at Carve Magazine.
The Stinging Fly published Glen Jeffries' short story "The Strange Kid".
Dark Matter magazine published Vikram Ramakrishnan's short story "Memory Simulations for a Grandmother."
Windmill: The Hofstra Journal of Art and Literature published Kristina Garvin's short story "How to Remember the Next Major Disaster".
Greywolf Press published Nana Nkweti's short story collection Walking on Cowrie Shells.
McSweeney's published Andrea Capodilupo's essay "Field Roast Vegan Fruffalo Wings".
Restless Books published Florencia Ruiz Mendoza's essay "The Wooden Horse and the Metallic Deer."
The Feminist Press published Grace M. Cho's memoir Tastes Like War.
The Indiana Review published Vonetta Young's essay "Prep Life."
McSweeney's published Paige Boncher's poem "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Remote Student While Teaching in a Hybrid Classroom".
Angelika Sharma self-published an essay collection about giving birth and parenting during Covid-19, Raising Generation C: Pregnancy Pandemic Parenting.
Elle magazine published Jennifer Epperson's article "Being 'The Only Woman in the Room' Is Not the Same as Being Black."
The literary journal 12th Street published Darlene Hart Rodgers' essay "Abby Forever."
The Manifest Station published Georgea Michelizza's essay "Confessions of a Brown, White-Girl."
Vikram Ramakrishnan's short story "Jackson Heights" has won the 2021 Gival Press Short Story Award.
Dovetail Magazine published Ivan X. Cruz's short story "Director of Social Media".
Under the Gum Tree published Katarina Wong's short memoir "Of Mangoes, Memories, and Exile".
The University of Wisconsin Press released Michael Sadowski's memoir Men I've Never Been on April 27th.
The Chicago Reader published Tim Frisbie's profile, "George Calendar Takes You to the Beach on DMT."
The Poetry Box published David Belmont's poetry collection World Gone Zoom: Notes from the American Epicenter.
Rolling Stone published Nabil Ayers' essay "The Night Nirvana Changed Everything," about seeing band debut its iconic song "Smells Like Teen Spirit" in 1991.
The Miami Herald published Katarina Wong's opinion piece "Sixty years after Bay of Pigs, Biden can find opportunity in Cuba after decades of policy".
Griffel published Andi Kaufman Horowitz's poem "I Keep Asking My Little Black Dress Why She's Crying Until She Slaps Me".
The New York Times published Wendy Lu's article "Overlooked No More: Kitty Cone, Trailblazer of the Disability Rights Movement."
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency published Caleb Guedes-Reed's article "Services by Golf Cart and Menorah Parades: The Jews Who Call Florida's Massive Retirement Community The Villages Home."
Catbird Lit published A.R. Bowden's short story "Georgie's Blue Period".
JK Hoover self-published his coming of age novel Natani: Uniquely Yours on Kindle.
The Feminist Press published Grace M. Cho's memoir Tastes Like War.
Gulmohur Quartely published Devi Vengadasalam's poem "Kaleidoscope" in its first issue.
Al-Jazeera published Alyona Synenko's article "In Pictures: Nigerian women use fashion to ease the trauma of war".
Owl Canyon Press published Catherine Peacock's story "Annesh of the Taaraddi" in An Odd Sized Casket, which featured the winners and finalists of their Short Story Hackathon
Takahe Magazine will publish Anna Scaife's story "Taylor's Rock" in its April print edition.
Little Old Lady Comedy published Emma Kantor's satirical piece "Emmaleh: A Jewish Regency Romance."
Owl Canyon Press named Alison Foster's short story "Once A Dick Always" as a finalist in its annual Short Story Hackathon, and published it in the anthology An Odd Sized Casket.
The Virginia Center for Investigative Journalism published Caleb Guedes-Reed's article "When Isolation Is Both the Problem and the Solution."
The Los Angeles Times published Sharon Kim Soldati's essay "My low-level anxiety about being Asian in America has morphed into fear".
The Los Angeles Times published Brent Giannotta's op-ed "What I learned about Islamic State applies to QAnon too".
Microcosm Publishing published Claire Tuna's zine Fugitive Gardens: How to Grow Food on a NYC Fire Escape.
The Chicago Reader published Tim Frisbie's feature story "Making Social Distancing Sexy: Boudoir Photographers Get Creative During COVID."
Abrams Books published Cathy Carr's middle grade novel 365 Days to Alaska.
DLG Publishing Partners published Denise Schuh's story "The Big Sink".
The Jerome Foundation named Catina Bacote a 2021-2022 Jerome Hill Artist Fellow in Literature.
Pinnacle Educare, India published Gaanz M.Y.'s novel The Ordeal.
Outpost19 Books will publish Jason Schwartzman's debut creative nonfiction collection No One You Know: Strangers and the Stories They Tell in May.
NPR published Katie Kheriji-Watts' article "In France, Performing Artists Are Guaranteed Unemployment Income."
New York Magazine published Andrea Capodilupo's article "The Case of the Double Dinner".
Archway Publishing has published N. S. (Vish) Vishwanath’s debut novel Nights of the Moonless Sky: A Tale from the Vijayanagara Empire, a historical thriller.
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 Am, under 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.
Subrina Wood is now a staff writer for CineFix Daily.
Penguin Random House India published Rasil Ahuja's middle grade novel Unfair.
Litbreak Magazine published Chapter Three -- Needing Help -- from Ellen Aubry's novel-in-progress, Grandview Arms. Ellen also published her guide to writing a book proposal for fiction writers, The Great Fiction Book Proposal: Make it Happen.
Mutha Magazine published Mary Grilli Jacobs' article "How to Have an Unmedicated Childbirth".
Northampton House Press announced it will publish Martina Clark's memoir in 2021.
Electric Literature published Christopher James Llego's short story "Docile Bodies."
Mutha Magazine published Mary Grilli Jacobs' essay "How to Have an Unmedicated Childbirth," which she began in a Gotham Humor Writing class.
SupChina published Agnes Chang's article "Asian People Have American Values: The Meaning of Trump's Chinese-American Support."
Business Insider published Kaila Yu' article "How I Went Viral on Tik Tok as a Skateboard Coach for Gen Zers".
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.