Join us for an Evening of Authors from The Millions!
The Millions is an online magazine offering coverage on books, arts, and culture since 2003. The Millions has been featured on NPR and noted by The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and The Village Voice, among others. The Millions was created and is edited by C. Max Magee.
Michael Bourne, a staff writer at The Millions since 2011, is a poet and fiction writer whose work has appeared in The Orange Coast Review, River City, Oakland Review, and The Potomac Review, among other journals. His essays and journalism also appear regularly in Poets & Writers, where he is a a contributing editor, as well as in the Baltimore Sun, The Morning News, and The Los Angeles Book Review. He teaches at Fordham University’s Lincoln Center campus and lives in Brooklyn with his wife and son, Luke. As is required of all residents of Brooklyn, he has recently finished a novel.
Sonya Chung is a staff writer for The Millions. She is the author of the novel Long for This World(Scribner 2010). Her stories, reviews, & essays have appeared in The Threepenny Review, Crab Orchard Review, Sonora Review, FiveChapters, and Tin House Magazine, among others. She is a recipient of a Pushcart Prize nomination, the Charles Johnson Fiction Award, the Bronx Council on the Arts Writers’ Fellowship & Residency, and a MacDowell Colony Fellowship. She is a faculty member in the Creative Writing Program at Columbia University. You can learn more about Sonya and her work at www.sonyachung.com.
Garth Risk Hallberg is a staff writer for The Millions. He is the author of A Field Guide to the North American Family His stories and essays have appeared in Glimmer Train, Slate, Canteen Best New American Voices 2008, and Best of the Web 2008. He lives in Brooklyn.
Emily St. John Mandel is a staff writer for The Millions. Her forthcoming novel, The Lola Quartet, is the #1 Indie Next pick for May 2012. Her two previous novels are Last Night In Montreal and The Singer’s Gun. Her short fiction will appear in the anthology Venice Noir, forthcoming from Akashic Books this summer. She lives in Brooklyn and has a website at www.emilymandel.com. ”