What does a town do after bodies wash up on the beach?
Starting Monday March 16th, we suspended all in-person class meetings in our NYC offices, now extended through at least September 1st. All classes will meet online. If you have any questions, please email [email protected]
We are also offering a 20% tuition break for any student who has lost work due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Please email [email protected] for more information.
Margaret Spilman was born in West Virginia, raised in Kansas, and currently lives in the Bay Area. She has tumbled her way through most of America’s cities and a couple small towns doing whatever came next to tell stories and pay rent. She has an MFA from San Francisco State University where she was Fiction Editor for Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review. She was one of six writers chosen to receive the PEN Emerging Voices Fellowship in 2014 and her story “Muscle Memory” won the James Kirkwood Literary Prize. Recent publications can be found at Indicia, The Rattling Wall, and sParkle & bLink.
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