Meet three of NYC’s freshest, most buzzed about, original literary voices when Martin Hyatt, Luis Jaramillo, and Andrew Zornoza take the stage at the Bureau to share their latest work.
Martin Hyatt is the recipient of an Edward F. Albee Writing Fellowship and The New School Chapbook Award for fiction. His debut novel, A Scarecrow’s Bible, was published May 2006. It was named a Stonewall Honor Book by the American Library Association and won the Edmund White Award for Debut Fiction. In addition, it was nominated for the Ferro-Grumley Award, a Lamda Literary Award, and the Violet Quill Award. He was named a “Star of Tomorrow” by NY Magazine. His new novel, Beautiful Gravity, is forthcoming. He is also currently completing a memoir entitled Greyhound Boy, 1976. His work has appeared in several award-winning anthologies. He has taught writing at such places at Hofstra, Parsons, and St. Francis College. He is currently Associate Professor and Founding Coordinator of The Writing Center at ASA College in NYC.
Luis Jaramillo is the author of The Doctor’s Wife, winner of the Dzanc Books Short Story Collection Contest, an Oprah Book of the Week, and one of NPR’s Best Books of 2012. Luis’s work has also appeared in Open City, Gamers (Soft Skull Press), and Tin House Magazine. He is the Associate Chair of the Writing Program at the New School, where he teaches courses in fiction and nonfiction, and is co-editor of the journal The Inquisitive Eater: New School Food.
Andrew Zornoza is the author of the novel Where I Stay. His short fiction, essays and photography have appeared in BOMB, the Poetry Foundation, Gastronomica, Sleepingfish, and CapGun, among many others. He has taught at Gotham Writers’ Workshop and in Parsons Design & Technology MFA program. Born in Houston, Texas, he currently works out of New York City.