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Panel | Publishing in the Pandemic

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In this Panel hosted by Michael Seidlinger (author of Dreams of Being), Authors Mary South (You Will Never Be Forgotten) and Julian Tepper (Between the Records) will explore how the pandemic has affected their book releases, writing, and life as well as what they are doing to promote your book and how they think writing will be like in the months and years to come.

Mary South

Mary South is a graduate of Northwestern University and the MFA program in fiction at Columbia University. For many years, she has worked with Diane Williams as an editor at the literary journal NOON. She is also the recipient of a Bread Loaf work-study fellowship and residences at VCCA and Jentel. Her writing has appeared in American Short Fiction, The Baffler, The Believer, BOMB, The Collagist, Conjunctions, Electric Literature, Guernica, LARB Quarterly, The New Yorker, NOON, The Offing, The White Review, and Words Without Borders. Maile Meloy awarded her story "Not Setsuko" an honorable mention in the Zoetrope: All Story fiction contest.

Julian Tepper

Julian Tepper is a writer and musician. His novels include Balls, Ark, and Between the Records. He co-founded the Oracle Club, a literary salon in New York City that was open from 2011 until 2017, and was formerly a member of the indie rock band The Natural History.

Erin Somers

Erin Somers is the author of Stay Up With Hugo Best, out now from Scribner. Her writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Tin House, and elsewhere.

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