Raphael Kadushin is an award-winning food and travel writer whose work appears regularly in "Bon Appetit," "National Geographic Traveler," British "Conde Nast Travele"r, and the Conde Nast Web sites. His fiction and journalism has been widely anthologized in collections including "Men on Men 5," "Best Food Writing 2001" and "2008," and "National Geographic s Through the Lens," and he is the editor of the anthology "Wonderlands." He is the senior acquisitions editor at the University of...See more
Raphael Kadushin is an award-winning food and travel writer whose work appears regularly in "Bon Appetit," "National Geographic Traveler," British "Conde Nast Travele"r, and the Conde Nast Web sites. His fiction and journalism has been widely anthologized in collections including "Men on Men 5," "Best Food Writing 2001" and "2008," and "National Geographic s Through the Lens," and he is the editor of the anthology "Wonderlands." He is the senior acquisitions editor at the University of Wisconsin Press. Contributors: Bruce Benderson is the author of seven books, including "The Romanian: Story of an Obsession, User, " and "Pretending to Say No." He has contributed articles to "New York Times Magazine, Village Voice, nest, ""Paris"" Vogue, Blackbook, Liberation, "and other media. An accomplished translator and bilingual author, he was awarded the prestigious "Prix de Flore "for literature in 2004 and he has also taught creative writing, urban culture, and French literature at colleges throughout the United States. He divides his time between New York and Paris.Brian Bouldrey is the author of the nonfiction books "Honorable Bandit: A Walk Across Corsica "(University of Wisconsin Press, September, 2007), "Monster: Adventures in American Machismo "(Council Oak Books), and "T"he Autobiography Box ""(Chronicle Books); three novels, "The Genius of Desire "(Ballantine), "Love, the Magician "(Harrington Park), and "The Boom Economy "(University of Wisconsin Press)"; "and editor of several anthologies. He is recipient of Fellowships from Yaddo and Eastern Frontier Society, and the Joseph Henry Jackson Award from the San Francisco Foundation, a Lambda Literary Award, and the Western Regional Magazine Award. He teaches fiction and creative nonfiction at Northwestern University.Clifford Chase is the author of a novel, "Winkie" (Grove Press, 2006), and "The Hurry-Up Song: A Memoir of Losing My Brother" (University of Wisconsin Press, 1999). His stories and memoirs have appeared in "McSweeney's, Threepenny Review, Yale Review, " and other journals and anthologies. He lives in Brooklyn, where he is at work on a second memoir.Duncan Fallowell is a British writer of fiction and non-fiction. His novels are "Satyrday" (1986), "The Underbelly" (1987) and "A History of Facelifting" (2003). He has written the travel books "To Noto" (1989) and "One Hot Summer in St Petersburg" (1994) and the biography of a transsexual "April Ashley's Odyssey" (1982). Fallowell is also a cultural commentator and journalist who has specialized in interview-portraits of unusual or celebrated personalities. A collection of these has been published as "20th Century Characters" (1994) and two further volumes are planned.Mack Friedman is author of "Strapped for Cash: A History of American Hustler Culture "and "Setting the Lawn on Fire "(UW Press) which won the Edmund White Award for best debut fiction in 2006. His essays have been featured at the Center for Exploratory and Perceptual Art and the Leslie-Lohman Gallery, and his performance art has been showcased at the Andy Warhol Museum. His stories have appeared in the anthologies "Between Men, Wonderlands, " and "Barnstorm. ." He has contributed to the magazines "Out Traveler" and "$pread, " among others. He lives in Pennsylvania.Philip Gambone is an award-winning essayist, journalist, and fiction writer living in Boston. He teaches writing at Harvard University. His previous work includes "Something Inside: Conversations with Gay Fiction Writers, " also published by the University of Wisconsin Press, and a book of stories, "The Language We Use Up Here."Ty Geltmaker received his B.A. in history from Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, his M.A. in history from New York... See less
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