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Literary acts appearing at The Flyover Fest 2017.


Literary acts appearing at The Flyover Fest 2017.


Sarah Gerard is the author of the novel Binary Star (Two Dollar Radio), the forthcoming essay collection Sunshine State (Harper Perennial), and two chapbooks, most recently BFF (Guillotine). Her short stories, essays, interviews, and criticism have appeared in The New York TimesGranta, New York Magazine‘s “The Cut”, The Paris Review DailyThe Los Angeles Review of Books, Bookforum, JoylandViceBOMB Magazine, and other journals, as well as anthologies. She’s been supported by fellowships and residencies from Yaddo, Tin House, and PlatteForum. She writes a monthly column on food for Hazlitt and teaches writing in New York City.


Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib is a poet, essayist, and cultural critic from Columbus, Ohio. His poetry has been published in Muzzle, Vinyl, PEN American, and various other journals. His essays and music criticism has been published in The FADER, Pitchfork, The New York Times, and MTV News, where is a columnist. His first full length poetry collection, The Crown Ain’t Worth Much, was published in 2016 by Button Poetry. An essay collection, They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us, is forthcoming from Two Dollar Radio in November 2017.


Scott McClanahan is the acclaimed and award-winning author of Crapalachia, Hill William, and The Collected Works of Scott McClanahan: Volume 1. He collaborated with Spanish artist Ricardo Cavolo on the graphic novel, The Incantations of Daniel Johnston. The Washington Post has called McClanahan’s work “the genuine article,” while The Millions labeled him “The Poet Laureate of Real America.” His new book, The Sarah Book, is coming June 2017 from Tyrant Books.

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Maggie Smith is the author of Weep Up (Tupelo Press, September 2017); The Well Speaks of Its Own Poison; Lamp of the Body; and three prize-winning chapbooks. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Best American Poetry 2017, the Paris Review, APR, Ploughshares, the Kenyon Review, AGNI, and elsewhere. In 2016 her poem “Good Bones” went viral internationally and has been translated into nearly a dozen languages. The recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Ohio Arts Council, and the Sustainable Arts Foundation, Smith is a freelance writer and editor based in Bexley, Ohio.

Amber Hunt is an award-winning journalist and New York Times bestselling author who works as a special projects reporter for the Cincinnati Enquirer. In 2016, she reported, scripted and hosted the hit investigative podcast “Accused: The Unsolved Murder of Elizabeth Andes,” which was downloaded more than 4 million times by year’s end after debuting in September. She’s written four nonfiction books, including three focusing on true crime. She previously covered crime for the Detroit Free Press, worked as a news editor for The Associated Press and is a past recipient of the Al Nakkula Award for Police Reporting, the only national award dedicated to crime coverage. Amber is a past Knight-Wallace Fellow at the University of Michigan. She teaches multimedia journalism at the University of Cincinnati. She has appeared on NBC’s Dateline and A&E’s Crime Stories, among other TV shows. In October 2016, she was a writer-in-residence at the Vermont Studio Center.

Juliet Escoria is the author of the short story collection Black Cloud, which was originally published in 2014 by Civil Coping Mechanisms. In 2015, Emily Books published the ebook, Maro Verlag published a German translation, and Los Libros de la Mujer Rota published a Spanish translation. Witch Hunt, a collection of poems, was published by Lazy Fascist Press in 2016. Her writing can be found in places like VICE, The Fader, The Believer, and Prelude. She was born in Australia, raised in San Diego, and currently lives in West Virginia.

Mila Jaroniec is the author of Plastic Vodka Bottle Sleepover (Split Lip Press, 2016). She is the managing editor of drDOCTOR and her work has appeared in Playboy, LENNY, Hobart, Joyland, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Catapult, Nylon and Teen Vogue, among others. She earned her MFA from The New School and currently lives in Akron, OH.

Ruth Awad is the author of Set to Music a Wildfire (forthcoming from Southern Indiana Review Press this year), which won the 2016 Michael Waters Poetry Prize. She is the recipient of a 2016 Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award, and she won the 2012 and 2013 Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Prize and the 2011 Copper Nickel Poetry contest. Her work has appeared in The New Republic, The Missouri Review, CALYX, diode, Rattle, The Adroit Journal, and elsewhere.

Bud Smith is the author of Dust Bunny City, among others. He works heavy construction and lives in Jersey City, NJ.