Benjamin Kunkel, novelist and founding editor at n+1, grew up in Colorado. He attended California's rural, all-male Deep Springs College, before finishing his undergraduate degree at Harvard University. He later received an MFA from Columbia University.
Kunkel, who has contributed essays and artic
Jonah Criswell received his BFA from Kansas City Art Institute and his MFA from Pennsylvania State University. He has exhibited in New York, Kansas City, Pennsylvania and Germany. His work is concerned with contemporary domestic spaces as a metaphor for how we construct, on a subconscious level, our
The brainchild of Danny Snelson and Phoebe Springstubb, the young Aphasic Letters produces more interesting work than the vast majority of otherwise like-minded arts and literary institutions. Snelson and Springstubb – whose other endeavors find them wending through the Ontological Hysterical Thea
This wonderful Park Slope address offers writers what too infrequently seems available to them: space. Honoring this necessity, the Brooklyn Writers Space offers tremendous accommodations for those seeking the quiet that so often evades New York writers, and that is so often essential to their conti