Contributors

for September 2010

  • Jason Boog is the publishing editor at mediabistro.com and blogs at GalleyCat. His work has appeared in Granta, Salon.com, the Revealer, and Peace Corps Writers.
  • Victor Brand is a freelance writer in New York who writes about photographers, writers, and Frenchmen, the more obscure the better.
  • Alvin Buenaventura is the publisher of Buenaventura Press.
  • Stephen Burt is the coauthor, with David Mikics, of The Art of the Sonnet, out now.
  • Alex Carp is an editor of the McSweeney’s Voice of Witness book series. He lives in New York.
  • Megan Doll is a writer in New York. She writes regularly about literature in translation.
  • Mark Edmund Doten is the managing editor of Soho Press. His fiction has appeared in Conjunctions, Guernica, and the Collagist.
  • Geoff Dyer’s many books include Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi, a novel, and The Ongoing Moment, a sort of history of photography. Otherwise Known as the Human Condition, a collection of essays and reviews, will be published by Graywolf in April 2011.
  • Andrew Ervin’s first book, Extraordinary Renditions: 3 Novellas, is out this month from Coffee House Press.
  • Anne Gisleson teaches writing at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. Her work has been included in The Best American Nonrequired Reading and The Best Music Writing, among other publications.
  • Daniel Handler has a new book out this fall as Lemony Snicket.
  • Nick Hornby lives in North London.
  • Robert R. (Bob) Johnson is a professor at Michigan Technological University. His book Romancing the Atom: Vignettes of the Atomic Mindset from the Radium Girls to Nuclear Green is forthcoming from Praeger Press in 2011.
  • Yusef Komunyakaa’s latest book of poetry is Warhorses, and forthcoming from FSG is The Chameleon Couch. He teaches creative writing at NYU.
  • Rebecca Lindenberg’s poems have appeared in Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, Gulf Coast, Barrow Street, POOL, No Tell Motel, and elsewhere. She currently holds a fellowship from the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center.
  • Duncan Macmillan is a writer, director and lecturer living in London. His plays include The Most Humane Way to Kill a Lobster (Theatre503), Monster (Royal Exchange), and I Wish to Apologise for My Part in the Apocalypse (BBC).
  • Greil Marcus is the author of Lipstick Traces: A Secret History of the Twentieth Century, Mystery Train: Images of America in Rock ‘n’ Roll Music, and The Shape of Things to Come: Prophecy and the American Voice, and other books. His column, Real Life Rock Top Ten, runs monthly in the Believer.
  • Jack Pendarvis has written three books..
  • Damion Searls is the author of a book of stories, What We Were Doing and Where We Were Going, and has translated, most recently, Hans Keilson’s Comedy in a Minor Key and Rilke’s The Inner Sky: Poems, Notes, Dreams. Information and excerpts at damionsearls.com.
  • Brendon Small is the writer, musician, and cocreator for Adult Swim’s Metalocalypse and Home Movies. He is also the author of the highest-charting death metal album(s) in recorded history.
  • Molly Young is a writer living in Manhattan.
  • Kate Zambreno’s novel, O Fallen Angel, was recently published by Chiasmus Press. An essay collection, Frances Farmer Is My Sister, will be published by Semiotext(e) in fall 2011.
  • Jonathan Zwickel is a writer living in Seattle.