Roundtable on Desire

Genevieve Hudson is the author of the forthcoming novel  Boys of Alabama  (W.W. Norton/Liveright, 2020), the memoir-hybrid  A Little in Love with Everyone  (Fiction Advocate, 2018), and the story collection  Pretend We Live Here  (Future Tense Books, 2018), which was a 2019 Lambda Literary Award finalist. Her writing has been published in  Catapult, McSweeney's, Tin House (online),  Joyland, No Tokens, Bitch,  and other places. Her work has been supported by the Fulbright Program, and artist residencies at the MacDowell Colony, Caldera Arts, and the Vermont Studio Center.

Genevieve Hudson is the author of the forthcoming novel Boys of Alabama (W.W. Norton/Liveright, 2020), the memoir-hybrid A Little in Love with Everyone (Fiction Advocate, 2018), and the story collection Pretend We Live Here (Future Tense Books, 2018), which was a 2019 Lambda Literary Award finalist. Her writing has been published in Catapult, McSweeney's, Tin House(online), Joyland, No Tokens, Bitch, and other places. Her work has been supported by the Fulbright Program, and artist residencies at the MacDowell Colony, Caldera Arts, and the Vermont Studio Center.

Chelsea Bieker is from California’s Central Valley. She is the recipient of a 2018 Rona Jaffe Writer’s Foundation Award, and the author of two forthcoming books, the novel  GODSHOT (   Catapult   , April 7th, 2020)  and the story collection,  COWBOYS AND ANGELS (2021).  Her writing has been published in  Granta,   McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern ,  Catapult, Electric Literature, Joyland, The Cincinnati Review, The Normal School, No Tokens, Cosmonauts Avenue,  and others. Her work has been supported by the MacDowell Colony and the Tin House Writer’s Workshop. She holds an MFA in creative writing from Portland State University. She lives with her husband and two children and teaches college composition as well as fiction writing for Catapult and the Gotham Writer’s Workshop. See her website  here.

Chelsea Bieker is from California’s Central Valley. She is the recipient of a 2018 Rona Jaffe Writer’s Foundation Award, and the author of two forthcoming books, the novel GODSHOT (Catapult, April 7th, 2020) and the story collection, COWBOYS AND ANGELS (2021). Her writing has been published in Granta, McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, Catapult, Electric Literature, Joyland, The Cincinnati Review, The Normal School, No Tokens, Cosmonauts Avenue, and others. Her work has been supported by the MacDowell Colony and the Tin House Writer’s Workshop. She holds an MFA in creative writing from Portland State University. She lives with her husband and two children and teaches college composition as well as fiction writing for Catapult and the Gotham Writer’s Workshop. See her website here.

T Kira Madden is a lesbian APIA writer, photographer, and amateur magician living in New York City. Her work has appeared in Harper’s, McSweeney’s, The Sun, and Guernica. She is the founding Editor-in-chief of No Tokens, a magazine of literature and art, and is a 2017 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in nonfiction literature from the New York Foundation for the Arts. Her debut memoir, Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls, is available now.

T Kira Madden is a lesbian APIA writer, photographer, and amateur magician living in New York City. Her work has appeared in Harper’s, McSweeney’s, The Sun, and Guernica. She is the founding Editor-in-chief of No Tokens, a magazine of literature and art, and is a 2017 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in nonfiction literature from the New York Foundation for the Arts. Her debut memoir, Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls, is available now.

Kimberly King Parsons is the author of the short story collection  Black Light  (Vintage, 2019) and the novel  The Boiling River , forthcoming from Knopf. A recipient of fellowships from Columbia University and the Sustainable Arts Foundation, her fiction has been published in T he Paris Review ,  Best Small Fictions 2017 ,  Black Warrior Review ,  No Tokens ,  Kenyon Review , and elsewhere. She lives with her partner and sons in Portland, OR, where she is completing a novel about Texas, motherhood, and LSD. Her website is  here.

Kimberly King Parsons is the author of the short story collection Black Light (Vintage, 2019) and the novel The Boiling River, forthcoming from Knopf. A recipient of fellowships from Columbia University and the Sustainable Arts Foundation, her fiction has been published in The Paris Review, Best Small Fictions 2017, Black Warrior Review, No Tokens, Kenyon Review, and elsewhere. She lives with her partner and sons in Portland, OR, where she is completing a novel about Texas, motherhood, and LSD. Her website is here.

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