R242. Reviewing the Review: Literary Journals as Student Professional Development
Thursday, March 28, 2019
1:30 pm to 2:45 pm
Sequoia Nagamatsu is the author of the story collection, Where We Go When All We Were Is Gone. His stories have appeared in Conjunctions, ZYZZYVA, Black Warrior Review, and Electric Literature, among others. He is an editor of Psychopomp Magazine and an assistant professor at St. Olaf College.
Patricia Ann McNair is the author of And These Are The Good Times and The Temple of Air, winner of Chicago Writers Association Book of the Year. She directs the undergraduate programs in Creative Writing at Columbia College Chicago where she is an Associate Professor in Fiction and Nonfiction.
MIchael Czyzniejewski is the author of three collections of stories: I Will Love You for the Rest of My Life: Breakup Stories, Chicago Stories, and Elephants in Our Bedroom. He teaches at Missouri State University, where he edits Moon City Review. In 2010, he received an NEA Fellowship in fiction.
Sarah Einstein is an Asst. Professor of Creative Writing at UT Chattanooga. Her book, Mot: A Memoir was selected for the AWP Prize in Creative Nonfiction for 2014. She's the Special Projects Editor for Brevity and her work has appeared in The Sun, Ninth Letter, and other journals and been awarded a Pushcart Prize.
Natalie Mesnard is a writer and game designer currently employed at Grove Atlantic as a digital media strategist. She has worked with numerous literary magazines as an editor, teacher, volunteer, and advocate. Her award-winning board game, DemocraSea, is forthcoming from Game Salute.