Literary Magazines & the Mixed Experience
June 14, 2014 12:00pm-12:50pm
Panelists: Gerald Maa, Michael Noll, Jamie Moore
Moderator: Jedah Mayberry
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Gerald Maa is an editor-in-chief of the Asian American Literary Review. He lives in Los Angeles, where he is currently a PhD student at the University of California, Irvine studying British Romanticism.
Michael Noll teaches writing at Texas State University and independent workshops and craft seminars in Austin and New Mexico. He edits Read to Write Stories, a site that offers writing exercises based on published stories, novel excerpts, and essays. His work has been published at American Short Fiction, Narrative Magazine, Huffington Post, The Good Men Project, and The Owls. He was the writer in residence at the Katherine Anne Porter House in Kyle, TX, and is currently at work on a story collection set in rural Kansas and a novel, Seven Attacks of the Dead. Find him on Twitter and his wesbsite.
Jamie Moore recently received her MFA in Fiction at Antioch University, Los Angeles. She shared her fiction at the Mixed Roots Film and Literary Festival in 2011, and is excited to be working to coordinate readings for Mixed Remixed. Jamie is the Co-Fiction editor for Blackberry:A Magazine, an Assistant Editor for ELJ Publications, and an Assistant Editor for Lunch Ticket Magazine. She has attended several writing workshops including the Tomales Bay Workshop, VONA, and the Mendocino Writers Conference. She has been published in Moonshot Magazine, Mojave River Review, Emerge Literary Journal, Blackberry, and Tiny Lights: A Journal of Personal Narrative. In her spare time, she writes about mixed topics and literature for the blog Mixed Reader. She is the author of the recently published novella Our Small Faces.
Jedah Mayberry is an emerging fiction writer, born in New York, raised in southeastern CT, the backdrop for his fiction debut released in March 2013 by River Grove Books. He was a top ten finalist for the 2013 Best New Author Award sponsored by the National Black Book Festival. He also garnered honorable mention in Glimmer Train’s April 2012 Family Matters Short Story Contest. The Texas Association of Authors named the Unheralded King of Preston Plains Middle 1st in Multi-Cultural Fiction. He currently resides with his wife and teenage daughters in Austin, TX.