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St. Martin's Press/Griffin released Lindz Amer's nonfiction book Rainbow Parenting: Your Guide to Raising Queer Kids and Their Allies on May 30th.
Anita Bushell has had creative nonfiction pieces published in multiple outlets: Television Set for Apple in the Dark, Aren't You a Lucky Girl? for Grande Dame Literary, Zoom Spells Doom and Gloom for Quaker Worship for Friends Journal, and The Sprinkler for Motherwell.
Wild Rose Press will publish Cara Kagan's novel The Rise, Fall, and Return of Sarah Mandelbaum this month.
Zoetrope All-Story published Jenah Shaw's short story "Petit Fours" in their Spring 2023 issue.
Fran Hawthorne's novel I Meant to Tell You is a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Book Award.
Big Library Read chose Grace Cho's memoir Tastes Like War as its featured book for May. Big Library Read is a global virtual book club that makes a title available to check out from libraries with no holds or waitlists.
The Wilderness House Literary Review published Sheldon Siporin's story "Cautiously Plucking a Chord".
She Writes Press published Corie Adjmi's novel The Marriage Box.
The Best American Poetry Blog published Stephanie Paterik's poem "How Was Your First Day of School?"
The Chanticleer International/Somerset Awards in Literary and Contemporary Fiction chose Fran Hawthorn's novel, I Meant to Tell You, as a finalist.
Bottlecap Features published Chantal House's chapbook Reaching for the Sun.
Candlewick Press published Monique Duncan-James' children's book Mommy Time.
Neologism Poetry Journal published Sheldon Siporin's poem "Oscines". They write under the pen name Jan Cronos.
Potato Soup Journal published David Vied's short story "Baby Jesus," (under his author's name David Lanvert), and included it in its Best of 2022 anthology.
Doximity published Slavena Salve Nissan's poem "Bilirubin Dreams: A Lullaby".
Ms. magazine published Atash Yaghmaian's essay "Are We Witnessing the Collapse of the Iranian Patriarchy?"
Analog Magazine published Hannah Yang's story "Inheritance", where it was included in the Locus Recommended Reading List. Another story, "A Monster in the Shape of a Boy" was published by Apex Magazine.
Erin Gottwald is a creative nonfiction finalist in the Wild Atlantic Writing Awards for her essay "Billy the Third."
The New York Times Magazine published Emma Kantor's essay "Why I Watch the Closing Credits of Every Movie I See".
The Station Theater is streaming their production of "Homegrown: And Insurrection Play" by Nicole Anderson Cobb.
Forbes published a feature about Huey-Min Chuang: "This Self-Taught Artist Picked Up a Brush at Age 48; Now the Art World Has Discovered Her."
Newsweek publishers Sharon Soldati's essay "My Father Fled North Korea, Time Is Running Out to Find His Family".
Gold Line Press published Candy Shue's chapbook Bridge of Knots.
TTU Press awarded Jeffrey Spivey's short story collection The Birthright of Sons its 2023 Iron Horse Prize.
The Feathered Quill Book Awards honored Fran Hawthorne's novel, I Meant to Tell You, with Second Place in its Women's Fiction category and Third Place in its Adult Fiction category.
Common Ground Review published Diana Mullins' poem "Dodo". Another of Diana's poems, "Student Environmental Learning Facility", was published by the Porcupine Literary Journal.
The Corpus Christi Writers 2022 anthology included Donna Huddleston's essay "Destination Boquillas, Mexico".
The Daily Drunk published Seth Borkowski's humor piece "The Mandalorian."
The podcast Ink & Peat interviewed Martina Clark about how she wrote her memoir My Unexpected Life, which was published in 2021 by Northampton House Press.
Story Circle Network short-listed Fan Hawthorne's novel I Meant to Tell You for the Story Circle Women's Book Sarton Award in the contemporary fiction category.
Reanne Rodrigues is now writing for FF2 Media. Her recent articles include "Top Ten SWAN Books of 2022 to Give or to Get," and an interview with 2023 MacArthur Fellow and jazz composer and cellist Tomeka Reid.
Slate published Ian Bardenstein's essay "We Couldn't Decide on Our Baby's Last Name. Then I Had a Crazy Idea"
Doc NYC premiered Bondi Walters' documentary Queen of the Deuce.
The New Yorker published two pieces by Laura Lane: "Wedding Speech for My Podcast Co-host" and "Please Read Our Late-Arrival Policy".
The Ethel published Janina Edwards' essay "What I Learned From Mom About Alzheimer's and Black Hair Care".
Atmosphere Press published Judith Bice's novel Hey, White Girl.
Flash Fiction magazine published Jan Chronos's short story "Musings."
Iskanchi Press published Akbar Hussain's novel Truth is a Flightless Bird.
Martina Clark's memoir My Unexpected Life is a finalist for the 2022 American Writing Award in Social Change.
Gay Cities published Adam Lambert's travel article "Love and Self-Reckoning: LGBTQ Americans Face Culture Shock While Dating in Brazil."
The New York Daily News published Atash Yaghmaian's essay "America Must See Iran With Clear Eyes."
Elaine Person won the Florida Writers Association 2022 Kay Coppersmith Award for the member "who embodies the FWA motto Writers Helping Writers."
The Station Theater will produce Nicole Anderson-Cobb's play "Homegrown: An Insurrection Play" this December.
The Irish Times published Fionnuala O'Leary's short story "Mizpah," which she started in a Gotham Fiction I class.
The Philadelphia Inquirer published Atash Yaghmaian's op-ed "In Iran, I Narrowly Avoided the Morality Police."
Pen to Print named James Marshall its Writer of the Month.
Fran Hawthorne's novel I Meant to Tell You will be published November 15th by Stephen F. Austin State University Press.
Springer published Peter Erdi's book Repair: When and How to Improve Broken Objects, Ourselves, and Society.
Ethos Collective published Brenda Cohen's middle grade book Trading Pizza for Ramen.
Public Seminar published Bonnie Eissner's essay "The Grassroots Fight for Legal Abortion Has Always Been Bipartisan".
Novel Slices published a portion of Kristina Garvin's novel The Disaster Society.
The Los Angeles Indie Short Fest awarded Eric Larson's "Check The Locks" the Platinum Award for Best Horror Short in the 2022 August round, among others.
New York magazine's The Cut published Megan Paetzhold's photo essay "What Abortion Actually Looks Like."
Applause Books published Barry Putt's nonfiction book Stories Told Through Sound: The Craft of Writing Audio Dramas for Podcasts, Streaming, and Radio.
Lit Hub published Emma Kantor's article "Why Publishing Sitcoms Help Me Maintain Hope and Humor for the Future of the Industry".
Do Not Submit published Tim Frank's flash story "Monoliths and the Great Wall of China."
Unfortunately Literary Magazine published Swati Ravi Nain's personal essay, "Madhumalti".
Bridge Eight Press published Diana Mullins' short story "Log Cabin".
Random House published Pauline David-Sax's picture book Everything In Its Place.
34th Parallel published Emmelie Cora's short story "Mi Padre".
Roxane Gay's The Audacity published Christola Phoenix's essay "The Lotto Line."
The Forward published Bonnie Eissner's article "How a Jewish Legislator's Vote Legalized Abortion in NY in 1970".
The literary magazine Bombfire published Tim Frank's short story "Old Women."
Bosphorous Review published two pieces by Fiyola Hoosen-Steele in their July issue: "What's in a Name" and "His Favorite Daughter".
Shanna Nichols has been accepted to the New York University School of Journalism and will be starting this fall.
Fairfield Scribes chose Mary Keating as the feature author for their June Micro Scribes issue.
Harper Collins Canada published Jeanette Lyne's novel The Apothecary's Garden.
Jasmin Allenspach was selected for the London Library's Emerging Writers Programme '22/'23 based on a story that started as a prompt in a Gotham Write In and was later workshopped in a Gotham Fiction II class.
Viking released Nabil Ayers's memoir My Life in the Sunshine last month, and excerpts of it have been featured in Rolling Stone and on CBS Saturday Morning.
Lowestoft Chronicles published Lou-Ellen Barkan's travel piece "A Very Moving Experience".
Full Court Press published Mary Beth Yakoubian's memoir There's Nothing Wrong With Her: A Memoir.