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Her debut novel DEAR RACHEL MADDOW won a 2016 PEN New England award. She is also the author of two YA novels.
Irish-born writer of five books. Stories/essays placed in Creative Nonfiction, Salon, Boston Globe Magazine, and others.
Playwright, speculative novelist, and education activist. Founder of the Octavia Project. Her debut novel is THE SEEP.
Nonfiction Professor at SUNY who recently completed first full-length memoir, WITHOUT SHAME: LEARNING TO BE ME.
Haitian-born poet, educator, speaker, publisher, and social advocate. Author of WHEN MY BODY WAS A CLINCHED FIST.
Coach, editor, author, and Writers’ Loft Director, she strives to help authors become more prolific storytellers.
Specializes in publicity campaigns for literary and commercial fiction. She has 20+ years working with major publishers.
Poet, translator, and co-director of Zephyr Press. He has published three chapbooks and one full book.
Award-winning author of seven published novels for children. Her most recent historical fiction book is THE DEGENERATES.
Widely published poet and writer, previous poet laureate, 7th degree black belt, and healing movements arts instructor.
Senior Lecturer of Writing, Arts & Sciences Writing Program, Boston University. He is the author of four poetry books.
Writing instructor at Hartwick College and author of two short story collections.
Author of BROKEN BORDERS and UNNECESSARY TATTOO; TV host of FOR THE LOVE OF WORDS; a MassPoetry rep for Bristol County.
Retired attorney living her dream life as a writer. She is a member of Sisters in Crime.
Editor-in-Chief of Solstice Literary Mag, educator, and author of the novel HORSEFEVER, a Midwest Book Awards finalist.
Award-winning author of five novels. Her most recent novel, WRITERS & LOVERS, was recently published in March.
Former advertising writer and journalist turned fiction writer and editor. Chapter President at MWA-NE.
Her first novel, TOPICS OF CONVERSATION, is for readers of Sally Rooney, Rachel Cusk, Lydia Davis, and Jenny Offill.
New York Times bestselling author and Senior Editor at ZORA Magazine.
Her picture book THANK YOU, OMU! won a Caldecott Medal in 2019. Her book artwork has also been applauded.
American musician and author who gained widespread acclaim for his 2010 Pulitzer Prize-winning debut novel, TINKERS.
Hugo, Nebula, Sturgeon, and World Fantasy nominated author of THE BLACK GOD'S DRUMS and THE HAUNTING OF TRAM CAR 015.
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