Student News

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

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May 2019

  • 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.

April 2019

March 2019

  • The Staten Island Advance published Ann Marie Antenucci's essay, "O Cicoria!" 

  • Robert Graf has self-published his science fiction trilogy, Window On The Past. All three books are available on Amazon Kindle

  • Writer's Digest awarded Sara Hale First Place in the Children's/Young Adult category in the 87th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition for her short story "Mintaka Falls to Earth." The prize was $1,000 and publication in the 87th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition Collection. The collection can now be purchased online.

  • Green Writers Press will publish Sarina Prabasi's memoir The Coffeehouse Resistance: Brewing Hope in Desperate Times in April. Sarina won the 2018 Pitch Week Writer's Award for her book, which she began in a Gotham class with Carmen Bugan. 

  • Jaime Permuth's photo essay about a blind subway magician is featured in, and the subject of an article in, The New York Times