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Sabra Embury

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Sabra Embury's writing has appeared in the Believer, the Los Angeles Review of Books, the Rumpus and other places. She lives in Brooklyn.
Molly Crabapple has been a staple on the New York art scene for a while. Known for her colorful blend of surrealist political artwork and her provocative journalism, she has now added “author” to her credentials with the release of her boldly illustrated memoir Drawing Blood. Born Jennifer Caban in Queens and raised in Cedarhurst, Long Island, Crabapple uses Drawing Blood primarily to tell the story of her reinvention from a self-described “moppet” to a...
Sarah Tomlinson aka “The Duchess of Rock” has had her eye on the pulse for a while. Throughout her career as a writer, she's ghostwritten ten books, including two uncredited New York Times bestsellers. She's scoped the minds of people like Tila Tequilla and Stroke-d the recollections of Todd Bridges (who can forget Willis in that 70s-80's comedy about the misadventures of a rich Manhattan family who adopted the children of their late African-American maid?)....
Amelia Gray's been holding court for a while as a ruler of weird fiction--her brand of methodical madness unlike anything else. Her first two collections AM/PM (2009) and Museum of the Weird (2010), as well as her novel Threats (2012), had readers second guessing the efficiency of their own imaginations. Containing things like talking armadillos and a man married to a paring knife, her stories are filled with a surreal, creepy innocence that never take...

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