Editing and production for BOMB Magazine's flagship print quarterly, with special oversight of literary interviews, fiction, poetry, and essays. I've commissioned and edited work by emerging and established artists and writers, including Erica Baum, Lydia Davis, Danielle Evans, Jenny Offill, Rowan Ricardo Phillips, Rufus Wainwright, Wendy S. Walters, and C Pam Zhang.
Teaching creative writing and literature to medical professionals enrolled in Columbia's Narrative Medicine graduate program.
Marketing, communications strategy, and editorial projects for nonprofits, startups, and publishers, including the NYC Parks, Natural Areas Conservancy, Archipelago Books, Greenpoint Innovations, and the National Book Foundation.
Project management, editing, communications, and fundraising for an independent publisher devoted to championing essential voices from around the world. Evaluated and edited novels, including Cuban science fiction, surreal Serbian war literature, French historical fiction, and young adult Icelandic climate fiction.
Editing, partnership development, and social media marketing for a publisher committed to keeping literature a part of popular culture.
Co-Founder of Recommended Reading, a weekly digital literary magazine, which was fully funded on Kickstarter within 48 hours.
Managed social media including @ElectricLit, an "Essential Literary Twitter Feed" (Brooklyn Magazine) with over 172,000 followers, and increased Facebook from 8,000 to 80,000 fans.
Ran website and oversaw a team of editors and dozens of freelance writers and columnists.
Established partnerships with major and independent publishers.
Produced publicity and marketing campaigns, as well as paid campaigns for advertisers.
From the award-winning Serbian author David Albahari comes a devastating and Kafkaesque war fable about an army unit sent to guard a military checkpoint with no idea where they are or who the enemy might be.Atop a hill, deep in the forest, an army unit is assigned to a checkpoint. The commander doesn’t know where they are, what border they’re protecting, or why. Their map is useless and the ra... read more
“Yoss (Super Extra Grande) is an eminent Cuban SF writer who also fronts a heavy metal band; his iconoclastic spirit and rock-and-roll aesthetic are on full ingenious display in this daring, rollicking, and joyous novel…. This extended dirty joke is also an impressive science fiction novel with much to say about sex, culture, and what it means to be alien.” —Publishers Weekly, Starred ReviewIn... read more
Winner of the prestigious Prix Femina, The Boy is an expansive and entrancing historical novel that follows a nearly feral child from the French countryside as he joins society and plunges into the torrid events of the first half of the 20th century.The boy does not speak. The boy has no name. The boy, raised half-wild in the forests of southern France, sets out alone into the wilderness and t... read more
“A rose can rest in the casket for a thousand years without fading. An egg can remain there for centuries without going bad. A person could lie there for a hundred years, a thousand years, ten thousand years, completely protected from time."What happens when the world starts to fall apart, and no one will take responsibility for mending it? Sigrun’s family, along with everyone else, finds refu... read more
Saguaro chronicles the life of rock legend Bobby Bird as he finds himself rolled up in barbiturates, at sea with satanic cults, finding true love, selling out, and coming back. Bobby Bird’s unique voice—and fistfights with Bob Dylan—place him irrevocably in America’s cultural and musical history.VICE Magazine says, “[Bobby Bird] has lived enough lives and wild times for a couple Willie Nelsons... read more
Do not let Etgar Keret deceive you. The Israeli writer who's worked in film, illustration, animation, and radio, is a storyteller in all senses of the word. Like a conman, he'll promise you a simple story and then the next thing you know your emotional reserves have been completely emptied. It's a literary bait and switch, and he'll get you every time.Here, in “Todd,” a story that also challen... read more
Sam Pink’s Rontel, the first novel from innovative publisher Electric Literature, is a love letter to Chicago that's full of unrequited affection, brimming with contempt and admiration, gratitude and spite. Subversive and shamelessly honest, Rontel is Knut Hamsun's Hunger for the millennial generation, and deserves a place among the great works of loner fiction next to Céline, Fante, Camus, an... read more
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