Barrie Jean Borich is the author of Body Geographic, new in the American Lives Series of the University of Nebraska Press. Her book My Lesbian Husband won the American Library Association Stonewall Book Award, she’s the recipient of the 2010 Florida Review Editor’s Prize in the Essay and the 2010 Crab Orchard Review Literary Nonfiction Prize, and her work has been named Notable in Best American Essays and Best American Non-Required Reading. She was the first nonfiction editor of Water~Stone Review and has recently joined the creative writing faculty of the English Department and MA in Writing and Publishing Program of DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois and she splits her time between Minneapolis and Chicago.
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We are particularly happy to announce our spectacular master class lineup! Brush off your manuscripts and keep on reading to learn more: Felice Picano will lead a course covering the career essentials for any writer: how to get published, how to sustain a literary career and – perhaps the most valuable piece of advice – […]
Submissions are now open for our Fifth Annual Short Fiction Contest. The winner will be selected from this year’s submissions of original, unpublished short stories between 5,000 and 7,000 words with LGBT content on the broad theme of “Saints and Sinners.” This contest would not be possible without a generous grant from The John Burton […]
“Any conference that tugs a frost-covered Minnesotan away from her Swedish meatballs and plunks her in the middle of the best jazz, and most decadent cuisine, and the finest writing the LBGT community has to offer, and at the same time allows her to rub shoulders with publishers, reviewers, writers, and passionate, articulate readers, is a conference to embrace. Saints and Sinners is, hands down, my favorite convention of the year.”
—Ellen Hart, Five-time winner of the Lambda Literary Award for Best Lesbian Mystery