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Aaron Hamburger was awarded the Rome Prize by the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the American Academy in Rome for his short story collection, The View From Stalin's Head, published by Random House in March of 2004. His next book, a novel titled Faith for Beginners, was published (also by Random House) in October 2005. His writing has...

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Aaron Petrovich is a writer of fiction and theatre. He is a regular contributor to Exquisite Corpse, and associate editor at Akashic Books. He lives in Brooklyn.

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Ace Boggess is author of six books of poetry, including Escape Envy (Brick Road Poetry Press, 2021), I Have Lost the Art of Dreaming It So, and The Prisoners, as well as the novels States of Mercy and A Song Without a Melody. His writing has appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, Notre Dame Review, Mid-American Review, and other journals. An ex-con...

imageAdam Eaglin holds degrees in literature and writing from Duke University and Boston University. His writing has appeared in Words Without Borders, Harvard Review, Publishers Weekly, TheAtlantic.com, and VanityFair.com, among others. He works in book publishing in New York.

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Adam Rapp is the author of numerous plays, most notably Nocturne (Faber, 2002), and Red Light Winter (Faber, 2006), which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, as well as six novels for young adults. He lives in New York.

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A Bronx native, Akeem K. Duncan is the founder and Editor in Chief of Quiet Lunch. He is also a poet, a writer, a curator and a publisher. 

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Alana Newhouse is the arts and culture editor at the Forward newspaper.

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Aleksey Porvin is a Russian poet born in 1982. English translations of his poems can be found in World Literature Today, Cyphers, Saint-Petersburg Review, Ryga Journal, SUSS, Words Without Borders, Fogged Clarity, The Straddler, The Dirty Goat, Action Yes, Barnwood International Poetry Mag, Otis Nebula, New Madrid, The Cafe Review, The New...

Alex Boehmke is a resident of NYC, is studying physics at Wellesley College.

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Alex Dimitrov is the author of Together and by Ourselves (Copper Canyon Press, 2017), Begging for It (Four Way Books, 2013), and the online chapbook American Boys (2012). He is the recipient of the Stanley Kunitz Prize from the American Poetry Review and a Pushcart Prize. With Dorothea Lasky, he is the co-founder of the Astro Poets project.

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Alex Littlefield is a contributor to Radar magazine and a former police correspondent for The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. His play Indulgences was performed by an Oberlin College theater group, and his translation of an Argentine dogsledding memoir from the arctic north of Greenland is forthcoming in Canada. He works at an independent press in New York.

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Alex Vara is a Fiction/Nonfiction MFA student at the New School, a public speaking teacher, and host of TNS After Hours. Before moving to New York in 2018, she was a wood-fired sourdough bread baker and taught at a Waldorf elementary school in rural Maine. She’s from Mill Valley, CA, and lives in New York.

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Alexander Kluge, born in Germany in 1932, is a world-famous author and filmmaker (his 23 films include Yesterday Girl, The Female Patriot, The Candidate), a lawyer, and a media magnate. He has won Germany's highest literary award, the Georg Buechner Prize.

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Alexandra Dine is a Missouri-born, Queens-based poet, preschool teacher and pianist. Her decade of teaching in New York City schools informs her teaching and her art-making as she binds learning to experiencing. Inspired by her profession's lyrical sheen (children are natural poets), she runs experimental literary readings around town, spotlit on...

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Alexia NaderAlexia Nader is a freelance writer from Miami who is now living in New York. She is currently a graduate student in the Cultural Reporting and Criticism program at New York University, and has contributed to the New Yorker, Smithsonian, and the Village Voice.

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