Rally Reading Series
 
 

Our Readers

April 2019

Molly Crabapple, Dale Peck, and Meera Nair will be taking the Pete's Candy Store stage on Thursday, April 4th!

The Rally continues its new season with three leading literary warriors of the resistance. Come see our terrific slate of readers perform, and offer them your questions, comments, and reactions. We're the heart of a march in the body of a reading series—it’s a whole new helping of overtly political discourse.

Pete's Candy Store is located at 709 Lorimer Street in Williamsburg. Closest trains are the L/G at Lorimer/Metropolitan.

Check out more about our terrific lineup for this month's event:

Molly Crabapple

Molly Crabapple is an artist and writer in New York. She is the author of two books, Drawing Blood and Brothers of the Gun, (with Marwan Hisham). Her reportage has been published in the New York Times, New York Review of Books, The Paris Review, Vanity Fair, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, and elsewhere. She has been the recipient of a Yale Poynter Fellowship, a Front Page Award, was shortlisted for a Frontline Print Journalism Award and longlisted for the National Book Award. She is often asked to discuss her work chronicling the conflicts of the 21st Century, and has appeared on All In with Chris Hayes, Amanpour, NPR, BBC News, and more. Her art is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the United States Library of Congress and the New York Historical Society. She is currently the Spring 2019 artist in residence at NYU's Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies.

Dale Peck

Dale Peck is the author of thirteen books in a variety of genres, including Visions and Revisions, Martin and John, Hatchet Jobs, and Sprout. His fiction and criticism have appeared in more than fifty publications, and have earned him two O. Henry Awards, a Pushcart Prize, a Lambda Literary Award, and a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship. He lives in New York City, where he has taught in the New School’s Graduate Writing Program since 1999. His fourteenth book, the story collection What Burns, will be published by Soho Press in November of this year.

Meera Nair

Meera Nair is the author of Video (NY:Pantheon) and two children's books Maya saves the Day and Maya in a Mess published by Duckbill Books. Video won the Sixth Annual Asian-American Literary Award and was a Washington Post Best Book of the Year. Her essays and stories have appeared in Guernica, the New York Times, the Guardian and NPR's Selected Shorts among others and in several anthologies, including most recently, Fierce: Essays By and About Dauntless Women (Nauset Press, 2018). Meera has won Residency fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, and writing fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), the New York Times, and the Queens Council for the Arts. She was the Writer-in-Residence at Fordham and teaches writing at NYU. She is a co-founder of the reading series, Queens Writers Resist. Follow her on Twitter @MeeraNairNY

March 2019

Hillary Jordan, Helen Benedict, and Lynn Steger Strong will be taking the Pete's Candy Store stage on Thursday, March 7th!

The Rally continues its new season with three leading literary warriors of the resistance. Come see our terrific slate of readers perform, and offer them your questions, comments, and reactions. We're the heart of a march in the body of a reading series—it’s a whole new helping of overtly political discourse.

Pete's Candy Store is located at 709 Lorimer Street in Williamsburg. Closest trains are the L/G at Lorimer/Metropolitan.

Check out more about our terrific lineup for this month's event:

Hillary Jordan

Hillary Jordan is the author of the Mudbound and When She Woke, published by Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill. The two novels have been translated into fifteen languages. Mudbound won multiple awards, including the Bellwether Prize for socially conscious fiction. It was adapted into an acclaimed Netflix film that premiered at Sundance in January 2017 and earned four Academy Award Nominations. Hillary has a BA from Wellesley College and an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia. She lives in Brooklyn, NY, along with half the writers in America.

Helen Benedict

Helen Benedict, a professor at Columbia University, is the author of seven novels, including Wolf Season (2017), Firecracker Award Finalist and a National Reading Group Month and Military Times selection; and Sand Queen (2011), named a “Best Contemporary War Novel” by Publishers Weekly and reviewed by The Boston Globe as “The Things They Carried for women.’”Her nonfiction book, The Lonely Soldier (2009) inspired a class action suit against the Pentagon on behalf of those sexually assaulted in the military, and the 2012 Oscar-nominated documentary, The Invisible War. A recipient of the Ida B. Wells Award for Bravery in Journalism and the James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism, among other awards, Benedict is also recently the author of the book, The Lonely Soldier: The Private War of Women in Iraq, and a play, The Lonely Soldier Monologues. She is a widely published essayist and reporter.

Lynn Steger Strong

Lynn Steger Strong's second novel, WANT, will be published by Henry Holt in 2020. Her non-fiction has appeared in The Paris Review, LARB, Elle, Guernica, Catapult, and elsewhere. She teaches writing.

February 2019

Julie Buntin, Onnesha Roychoudhuri, and Sarina Prabasi will be taking the Pete's Candy Store stage on Thursday, February 7th!

The Rally continues its new season with three leading literary warriors of the resistance. Come see our terrific slate of readers perform, and offer them your questions, comments, and reactions. We're the heart of a march in the body of a reading series—it’s a whole new helping of overtly political discourse.

Pete's Candy Store is located at 709 Lorimer Street in Williamsburg. Closest trains are the L/G at Lorimer/Metropolitan.

Check out more about our terrific lineup for this month's event:

Julie Buntin

Julie Buntin is from northern Michigan. Her debut novel, Marlena, was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle’s John Leonard Prize, longlisted for The Center for Fiction’s First Novel Prize, and named a best book of the year by over a dozen outlets, including the Washington Post, NPR, and Kirkus Reviews. Her writing has appeared in the Atlantic, Vogue, the New York Times Book Review, Guernica, and other publications. She has taught creative writing at New York University, Columbia University, and the Yale Writers’ Workshop, and is both an associate editor and the director of writing programs at Catapult.

Onnesha Roychoudhuri

Onnesha Roychoudhuri is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor, and educator. A 2013 fellow at the Center for Fiction, her journalism and creative writing have appeared in publications such as Rolling Stone, n+1, and Virginia Quarterly Review. A 2011 and 2012 Pushcart Prize nominee, Onnesha has been awarded residencies at Hedgebrook and Blue Mountain Center. Her book Go to Hells: An Updated Guide to Dante’s Underworld, published under the pen name Kali V. Roy, was released in April 2015. A new book, The Marginalized Majority: Claiming Our Power in a Post-Truth America will be released by Melville House Books in July 2018.

Sarina Prabasi

Sarina Prabasi is author of The Coffeehouse Resistance: Brewing Hope in Desperate Times (Green Writers Press, April 2019), Co-Founder of Buunni Coffee and CEO of WaterAid America. She was born in the Netherlands, raised in India, China and Nepal, and spent formative years in the United States and Ethiopia. Following a career leading initiatives in global health, education, water and sanitation, Sarina moved with her husband, Elias, from Addis Ababa to New York City, where they started Buunni Coffee together. Today, Buunni is a thriving business and a hub for community conversation and action.

December 2018

Stephanie Feldman, Nathaniel Popkin, and KC Trommer will be taking the Pete's Candy Store stage on Thursday, December 6th!

The Rally continues it’s new season with three leading literary warriors of the resistance. Come see our terrific slate of readers perform, and offer them your questions, comments, and reactions. We're the heart of a march in the body of a reading series—it’s a whole new helping of overtly political discourse.

Pete's Candy Store is located at 709 Lorimer Street in Williamsburg. Closest trains are the L/G at Lorimer/Metropolitan.

Check out more about our terrific lineup for this month's event:

Stephanie Feldman

Stephanie Feldman is the author of the novel The Angel of Losses (Ecco), a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection, winner of the Crawford Fantasy Award, and finalist for the Mythopoeic Award, and is the co-editor of the forthcoming multi-genre anthology Who Will Speak for America? (Temple University Press) Her stories and essays have appeared in Asimov’s, Electric Literature, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, The Maine Review, The Rumpus, and Vol. 1 Brooklyn.

Nathaniel Popkin

Nathaniel Popkin is the author of five books, including the new novel Everything is Borrowed (New Door Books), called “utterly absorbing” by the writer Robin Black, and the co-editor of Who Will Speak for America?, a literary anthology in response to the American political crisis, (Temple University Press). He is the fiction review editor of Cleaver Magazine, as well as a prolific book critic—and National Book Critics Circle member—focusing on literary fiction and works in translation. His work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Public Books, Rain Taxi, Tablet Magazine, LitHub, The Millions, and the Kenyon Review, among other publications.

KC Trommer

Poet and essayist KC Trommer is the author of the debut collection We Call Them Beautiful as well as the chapbook The Hasp Tongue (dancing girl press, 2014). A graduate of the MFA program at The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, KC has been the recipient of an Academy of American Poets Prize and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her poem “Fear Not, Mary” won the 2015 Fugue Poetry Prize, judged by Kevin Prufer. She has been awarded grants and fellowships from the Queens Council on the Arts, the Table 4 Writers Foundation, the Center for Book Arts, the Vermont Studio Center, the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, and the Prague Summer Program. Her poems have appeared in AGNI, The Antioch Review, Blackbird, The Sycamore Review, Prairie Schooner, Poetry East, as well as in the anthologies Resist Much, Obey Little; All We Can Hold; Bared; and Who Will Speak for America? Her essays have appeared in LitHub and in the anthology Oh, Baby! True Stories About Conception, Adoption, Surrogacy, Pregnancy, Labor, and Love, (Creative Nonfiction, 2015). She is the Assistant Director of Communications at NYU Gallatin and lives in Jackson Heights, Queens with her son.

November 2018

Kristin Chang, Idra Novey, and Jenny Xie will be taking the Pete's Candy Store stage on Thursday, November 4th!

The Rally continues it’s new season with three leading literary warriors of the resistance. Come see our terrific slate of readers perform, and offer them your questions, comments, and reactions. We're the heart of a march in the body of a reading series—it’s a whole new helping of overtly political discourse.

Pete's Candy Store is located at 709 Lorimer Street in Williamsburg. Closest trains are the L/G at Lorimer/Metropolitan.

Check out more about our terrific lineup for this month's event:

Kristin Chang

Kristin Chang's poetry has been anthologized in BEST NEW POETS 2018, the PUSHCART PRIZE ANTHOLOGY, BETTERING AMERICAN POETRY VOL. 3, and INK NOWS NO BORDERS. She is a Resist/Recycle/Regenerate fellow with the Wing On Wo Project in Manhattan Chinatown, which blends art-making with anti-gentrification resistance. Her debut chapbook PAST LIVES, FUTURE BODIES is out now from Black Lawrence Press.

Idra Novey

Idra Novey is the author of the novel THOSE WHO KNEW, out this November from Viking, and WAYS TO DISAPPEAR, winner of the 2017 Sami Rohr Prize, the 2016 Brooklyn Eagles Prize, and a finalist for the LA Times Book Prize for First Fiction. She's translated four books from Spanish and Portuguese, most recently Clarice Lispector's THE PASSION ACCORDING TO G.H.

Jenny Xie

Jenny Xie is the author of the poetry collection EYE LEVEL, recipient of the Walt Whitman Award of the Academy of American Poets and the Holmes National Poetry Prize from Princeton University, and NOWHERE TO ARRIVE (Northwestern University Press, 2017), recipient of the Drinking Gourd Chapbook Prize. She has been supported by fellowships and grants from Kundiman, Civitella Ranieri Foundation, Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, and Poets & Writers.

October 2018

Emily Raboteau, Ashley C. Ford, and Elizabeth Metzger will be taking the Pete's Candy Store stage on Thursday, October 4th!

The Rally continues it’s new season with three leading literary warriors of the resistance. Come see our terrific slate of readers perform, and offer them your questions, comments, and reactions. We're the heart of a march in the body of a reading series—it’s a whole new helping of overtly political discourse.

Pete's Candy Store is located at 709 Lorimer Street in Williamsburg. Closest trains are the L/G at Lorimer/Metropolitan.

Check out more about our terrific lineup for this month's event:

Emily Raboteau
Emily Raboteau is the author of a novel, The Professor’s Daughter, and a work of creative nonfiction, Searching for Zion, a finalist for the Hurston Wright Legacy Award, grand prize winner of the New York Book Festival, and winner of a 2014 American Book Award.  Her fiction and essays have been widely published and anthologized in Best American Short Stories, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Tin House, Buzzfeed, Literary Hub, The Guardian, Guernica, VQR, The Believer, Salon, McSweeney's  and elsewhere.  Honors include a Pushcart Prize, The Chicago Tribune’s Nelson Algren Award, and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Lannan Foundation, and the MacDowell Colony.  

Ashley C. Ford
Ashley C. Ford lives in Brooklyn by way of Indiana. She is currently writing her memoir, Somebody's Daughter, which will be published by Flatiron Books under the imprint An Oprah Book. Ford has written or guest-edited for The Guardian, ELLE, BuzzFeed, Slate, Teen Vogue, New York Magazine, Lenny Letter, INTO and various other web and print publications. She's taught creative nonfiction writing at The New School and Catapult.Co, and also had her work listed among Longform & Longread's Best of 2017. She has been named among Forbes Magazine's 30 Under 30 in Media (2017), Brooklyn Magazine's Brooklyn 100 (2016), and Time Out New York's New Yorkers of The Year (2017).

Elizabeth Metzger
Elizabeth Metzger is the Poetry Editor of the Los Angeles Review of Books Quarterly Journal. In 2013, she won the Narrative Poetry Contest and was listed as one of Narrative’s 30 Under 30. Her poetry has recently appeared or is forthcoming in The New Yorker, Poem-a-Day on Poets.org, Poetry Magazine, and The Nation. Her essays and reviews appear in PN Review, the Southwest Review, and Boston Review. Her debut collection, The Spirit Papers, won the 2016 Juniper Prize and was published by University of Massachusetts Press in 2017. She is an adjunct assistant professor of Writing at Columbia University, where she received her MFA and served as a University Writing Fellow and consultant in the Writing Center.

September 2018

Shelly Oria, Joseph Osmundson, and Kyle Lucia Wu will be taking the Pete's Candy Store stage on Thursday, September 6th!

The Rally begins a new season with three leading literary warriors of the resistance. Come see our terrific slate of readers perform, and offer them your questions, comments, and reactions. We're the heart of a march in the body of a reading series—it’s a whole new helping of overtly political discourse.

Pete's Candy Store is located at 709 Lorimer Street in Williamsburg. Closest trains are the L/G at Lorimer/Metropolitan. 

Check out more about our terrific lineup for this month's event:

Shelly Oria
Shelly Oria is the author of New York 1, Tel Aviv 0 (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2014), which earned nominations for a Lambda Literary Award and the Edmund White Award for Debut Fiction, among other honors. Recently she coauthored a digital novella, CLEAN, commissioned by WeTransfer and McSweeney’s, which received two Lovie Awards from the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. Oria's fiction has appeared in The Paris Review and elsewhere; has been translated to other languages; and has won a number of awards, including the Workspace grant from LMCC and three MacDowell Fellowships. Oria lives in Brooklyn, New York, where she teaches at the Pratt Institute and has a private practice as a life and creativity coach. www.shellyoria.com

Joseph Osmundson
is a scientist and writer based in New York City.  He has a PhD from The Rockefeller University in Molecular Biophysics.  His research has been supported by the American Cancer Society, published in leading biological journals including Cell and PNAS, and he's currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of Biology at NYU.  His writing has appeared in The Village Voice, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Gawker, The Kenyon Review, The Rumpus, The Lambda Literary Review, and The Feminist Wire, and elsewhere, too.  His book, Capsid: A Love Song won the POZ Award for best HIV writing (fiction/poetry) and was a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award.  His second book, INSIDE/OUT is now out from Sibling Rivalry Press (January, 2018). 

Kyle Lucia Wu
Kyle Lucia Wu is a writer based in Brooklyn. She is the Programs and Communications Manager at Kundiman, a nonprofit dedicated to nurturing Asian American literature, and the co-publisher of the literary journal Joyland. She was awarded the Asian American Writers Workshop Margins fellowship in 2017, and has received residencies from the Byrdcliffe Colony and the Millay Colony. She has an MFA in fiction from The New School, and teaches at Fordham University.

June 2018

Mona Eltahawy, Camille Rankine, and T Kira Madden will be taking the Pete's Candy Store stage on Thursday, June 7th!

The Rally finishes its second season with three leading literary warriors of the resistance. Come see our terrific slate of readers perform, and offer them your questions, comments, and reactions. We're the heart of a march in the body of a reading series—it’s a whole new helping of overtly political discourse.

Pete's Candy Store is located at 709 Lorimer Street in Williamsburg. Closest trains are the L/G at Lorimer/Metropolitan.

Check out more about our terrific lineup for this month's event:

Mona Eltahawy

Mona Eltahawy is a feminist writer and activist. She is the author of Headscarves and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution and a contributing opinion writer with the New York Times. She has reported extensively from the Middle East and North Africa for media such as Reuters News Agency and the Guardian and made a documentary for the BBC in 2014 on women and the revolutions in the region called Women of the Arab Spring.

Camille Rankine

Camille Rankine is the author of Incorrect Merciful Impulses, published in 2016 by Copper Canyon Press, and the chapbook Slow Dance with Trip Wire, selected by Cornelius Eady for the Poetry Society of America's 2010 New York Chapbook Fellowship. She is the recipient of a 2010 "Discovery"/Boston Review Poetry Prize, as well as fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the MacDowell Colony. She serves on the Executive Committee for VIDA: Women in Literary Arts, chairs the board of The Poetry Project, and is teaches at The New School.

T Kira Madden

T Kira Madden is a writer, photographer, and amateur magician. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in PEN America, Guernica, and The Kenyon Review, and she is a 2017 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in nonfiction literature from the New York Foundation for the Arts. She serves as the founding Editor-in-chief of No Tokens, and her debut memoir, LONG LIVE THE TRIBE OF FATHERLESS GIRLS, is forthcoming from Bloomsbury in 2019.

May 2018

Omotara James, Laura Buccieri, and Katie Longofono—all featured readers from The Seventh Wave—will be taking the Pete's Candy Store stage on Thursday, May 3rd!

The Rally continues its exciting sophomore season with three leading literary warriors from the pages of The Seventh Wave Magazine. Come see our terrific slate of readers perform, and offer them your questions, comments, and reactions. The heart of a march in the body of a reading series—it’s a whole new helping of overtly political discourse.

Pete's Candy Store is located at 709 Lorimer Street in Williamsburg. Closest trains are the L/G at Lorimer/Metropolitan.

Check out more about our terrific lineup for this month's event:

Omotara James
Omotara James is a poet and essayist. Her poetry chapbook, "Daughter Tongue," was selected by African Poetry Book Fund, in collaboration with Akashic Books, for the 2018 New Generation African Poets Box Set. Her debut full length collection, "Mama Wata," is forthcoming in the Fall of 2018, from Siren Songs of CCM press. She is a 2017 Lambda Literary Fellow and her work has appeared in American Chordata, Seventh Wave, Cosmonauts Avenue, Newtown Literary and elsewhere. Her awards include the Bridging the Gap Award for Emerging Poets and the Nancy P. Schnader Academy of American Poets Award.

Laura Buccieri
Laura Buccieri is the author of the chapbook, on being mistaken (PANK Books, 2018). You can find her forthcoming and most recent work in Cosmonauts Avenue, Metatron, Prelude, Lambda Literary, Word Riot, Apogee, and elsewhere. She is the Publicist at Copper Canyon Press & lives in NYC.

Katie Longofono
Katie Longofono received her MFA in poetry from Sarah Lawrence College and is the author of three chapbooks: Angeltits (Sundress Publications 2016), Honey and Bandages (co-authored with Mary Stone; Folded Word Press 2015), and The Angel of Sex (Dancing Girl Press, 2013). Her work has appeared in The Boiler Journal, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, BOAAT, glitterMOB, South Dakota Review, Juked, Slipstream, and more. She lives in Brooklyn.

April 2018

Kaitlyn Greenidge, Meakin Armstrong, and Brendan Kiely will be taking the Pete's Candy Store stage on Thursday, April 5th!

The Rally continues its season with three leading literary warriors of the resistance. Come see our terrific slate of readers perform, and offer them your questions, comments, and reactions. We're the heart of a march in the body of a reading series — it’s a whole new helping of overtly political discourse.

Pete's Candy Store is located at 709 Lorimer Street in Williamsburg. Closest trains are the L/G at Lorimer/Metropolitan.

Kaitlyn Greenidge

Kaitlyn Greenidge's debut novel is We Love You, Charlie Freeman (Algonquin Books), one of the New York Times Critics' Top 10 Books of 2016. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Elle.com, Vogue, Buzzfeed, Transition Magazine, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Believer, American Short Fiction and other places. She is the recipient of fellowships from the Whiting Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and other places. She is a contributing editor for LENNY Letter and a contributing writer for The New York Times. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Meakin Armstrong

Meakin Armstrong, senior fiction editor of Guernica, is a writer, editor, and screenwriter. For eight years, he worked at The New Yorker. His work has appeared in The Atlantic and many other magazines and journals for fiction and nonfiction. Among his awards, he received a Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference work-study scholarship for fiction and a scholarship to the Summer Literary Seminars. He has been a visiting editor to the Disquiet International Literary Program and is a frequent member of various nominating committees for top literary awards. Meakin is also a contributor to four nonfiction books and two fiction anthologies.

Brendan Kiely

Brendan Kiely is The New York Times bestselling author of All American Boys (with Jason Reynolds), The Last True Love Story, and The Gospel of Winter. His work has been published in ten languages, received a Coretta Scott King Author Honor Award, the Walter Dean Myers Award, the Amelia Elizabeth Walden Award, and was selected as one of the American Library Association’s Top Ten Best Fiction for Young Adults. Originally from the Boston area, he now lives with his wife in Greenwich Village.

March 2018

Katie Kitamura
Katie Kitamura is the author of Gone To The Forest and The Longshot, both finalists for the New York Public Library’s Young Lions Fiction Award. A recipient of a Lannan Foundation Residency Fellowship, her work has been translated into 16 languages and appeared in publications including The New York Times Book Review, The Guardian, Granta, BOMB, Triple Canopy, and Frieze. Her third novel, A Separation (Riverhead Books) was named a New York Times Notable Book and a Best Book of the Year by over a dozen publications.

Tana Wojczuk
Tana Wojczuk is writing a literary biography of the queer 19th century American actress Charlotte Cusman (forthcoming from Simon and Schuster in 2019). She is a Senior Nonfiction Editor at Guernica and teaches essay writing at New York University. Her essays and poetry have appeared in The New York Times, Vice, Tin House, The Believer, Narrative, Bomb, Paste, Gulf Coast, Apogee, Opium and elsewhere. 

Jasmine Dreame Wagner
Jasmine Dreame Wagner is the author of On a Clear Day (Ahsahta Press) and Rings (Kelsey Street Press), winner of the Kelsey Street Press Firsts! Prize. Wagner's work has appeared or is forthcoming in American Letters & Commentary, Beloit Poetry Journal, Colorado Review, Guernica, Fence, Hyperallergic, Indiana Review, New American Writing, Seattle Review, Verse, and YETI Magazine. She lives in Brooklyn.

February 2018

Rob Spillman
Rob Spillman is Editor and co-founder of Tin House, an eighteen-year-old bi-coastal (Brooklyn, New York and Portland, Oregon) literary magazine. He is the 2017 recipient of the CLMP Energizer Award for Exceptional Acts of Literary Citizenship, the 2015 PEN/Nora Magid Award for Editing as well as the 2015 VIDO Award from VIDA. His memoir, All Tomorrow’s Parties, was published by Grove Press in 2016.

Michele Filgate
Michele Filgate is a contributing editor at Literary Hub and on the board of the National Book Critics Circle. Her work has appeared in Longreads, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Refinery29, Slice, The Paris Review Daily, Tin House, Gulf Coast, The Rumpus, Salon, Interview Magazine, Buzzfeed, and other publications. In 2016, Brooklyn Magazine named her one of "The 100 Most Influential People in Brooklyn Culture." 

Charlotte Lieberman
Charlotte Lieberman is a New York-based writer whose work often concerns feminism, the commodification of wellness, and mental health. You can read her work in The Harvard Business Review, Guernica, Marie Claire, & The Boston Review, among other publications. She lives in Greenpoint with her sister.