Sunday, November 22, 2020

Elizabeth Winkler

ELIZABETH WINKLER

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

Philip Weinstein

PHILIP WEINSTEIN

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

Stephanie Powell Watts

STEPHANIE POWELL WATTS

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

Jerald Walker

JERALD WALKER

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

David L. Ulin

DAVID L. ULIN

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

Alison Townsend

ALISON TOWNSEND

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

Mark Sundeen

MARK SUNDEEN

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

Mark Sullivan

MARK SULLIVAN

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

A. O. Scott

A. O. SCOTT

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

Peter Schjeldahl

PETER SCHJELDAHL

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

Matthew Salesses

MATTHEW SALESSES

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

Susan Fox Rogers

SUSAN FOX ROGERS

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

Clinton Crockett Peters

CLINTON CROCKETT PETERS

- p. 209, The Best American Essays 2020.

Alex Marzano-Lesnevich

ALEX MARZANO-LESNEVICH is the author of The Fact of a Body: A Murder and a Memoir, which received a L

- p. 274, The Best American Essays 2020.

Joseph Leo Koerner

JOSEPH LEO KOERNER is the Thomas Professor of the History of Art and Architecture and Senior Fellow at the Society of Fellows at Harvard University. He is the author most recently of Bosch and Bruegel: From Enemy Painting to Everyday Life (2016). His film The Burning Child was released in 2019.

- p. 274, The Best American Essays 2020.

Jamaica Kincaid

JAMAICA KINCAID is a writer, novelist, and professor. Her works include Annie John, Lucy, The Autobiography of My Mother, and Mr. Potter, as well as her classic history of her Antigua, A Small Place, and a memoir, My Brother. Her first book, the collection of stories At the Bottom of the River, won the Morton Dauwen Zabel Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and was nominated for the PEN/Faulkner Award for fiction. Kincaid's last novel, See Now Then, was published in 2013. Professor of African and African American studies at Harvard University, Kincaid was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 2004. She has received a Guggenheim Award, the Lannan Literary Award for Fiction, the Prix Femina Éstranger, the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award, the Clifton Fadiman Medal, and the Dan David Prize for Literature in 2017.

- p. 274, The Best American Essays 2020.

Ron Huett

RON HUETT graduated from Kurt T. Shery continuation high school in June 1995; he received a BA in creative writing from Columbia University's School of General Studies in May 2018. An alumnus of the CRIT writing workshop, Ron teaches third grade in Brownsville, Brooklyn. He is working on his first novel.

- p. 274, The Best American Essays 2020.

Gari Fincke

GARI FINCKE's latest collection of personal essays, The Darkness Call, won the Robert C. Jones Prize for a book of short prose (2018). Winner of the Flannery O'Connor Prize for Short Fiction and the Wheeler Prize for Poetry for earlier collections, Fincke has published thirty-four books of nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. He founded and then directed the Writers Institute at Susquehanna University for twenty-one years.

- p. 273, The Best American Essays 2020.

Barbara Ehrenreich

BARBARA EHRENREICH is a contributing editor of The Baffler. Her newest book is Natural Causes: An Epidemic of Wellness, the Certainty of Dying, and Killing Ourselves to Live Longer.

- p. 273, The Best American Essays 2020.

Rachel Cusk

RACHEL CUSK is the author of ten novels and four works of nonfiction, which have won and been shortlisted for numerous prizes. In 2015 Cusk's version of Medea was staged at the Almeida Theatre.

- p. 273, The Best American Essays 2020.

Elvis Bego

Born in Bosnia, ELVIS BEGO left that country at the age of twelve and now lives in Copenhagen. His fiction and essays ahve appeared in Agni, The Common, Kenyon Review, New England Review, Threepenny Review, Tin House, and elsewhere. He is at work on a novel and completing a book of stories.

- p. 273, The Best American Essays 2020.

Raritan

 https://raritanquarterly.rutgers.edu/

Oxford American

 https://www.oxfordamerican.org/

New England Review

 https://www.nereview.com/

Another Chicago Magazine

 https://anotherchicagomagazine.net/

Cimarron Review

 https://cimarronreview.com/

Virginia Quarterly Review

 https://www.vqronline.org/

Longreads

 https://longreads.com/

Michigan Quarterly Review

 https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/mqr/

Boulevard

 https://www.boulevardmagazine.org/

Granta

 https://granta.com/

Book Post

 http://www.bookpostusa.com/

The Atlantic

 https://www.theatlantic.com/

The Normal School

 https://www.thenormalschool.com/

Kenyon Review Online

 https://kenyonreview.org/

The Baffler

 https://thebaffler.com/

The New York Times Magazine

https://www.nytimes.com/section/magazine

Agni

 https://agnionline.bu.edu/

Freeman's

 https://groveatlantic.com/book/freemans-california/

Sunday, November 15, 2020

André Aciman

ANDRÉ ACIMAN, guest editor, is a memoirist, essayist, novelist, and scholar. He is the New York Times best-selling author of Call Me by Your Name and Find Me as well as of Out of Egypt, Eight White Nights, Harvard Square, False Papers, and Alibis. Homo Irrealis, his latest collection of essays, will appear in January 2021. Audible released his novellas The Gentleman from Peru and Mariana. Aciman is the director of the Writer's Institute and teaches comparative literature at the Graduate Center, CUNY.
- Back Cover, The Best American Essays 2020.