KGB: Sagging Meniscus Press

January 19, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Jacob M. Appel is the author of three literary novels including Millard Salter’s Last Day, seven short story collections, an essay collection, a cozy mystery, a thriller and a volume of poems. He currently teaches at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City.

Rachel Cantor is the author of the novels A Highly Unlikely Scenario and Good on Paper (both published by Melville House, 2016 and 2014, respectively). Her short stories have appeared in The Paris Review, One Story, Ninth Letter, and The Kenyon Review, among other publications. Raised in Rome and Connecticut, she currently lives in Brooklyn.

Joshua Kornreich is the author of the novels The Boy Who Killed Caterpillars (Marick Press, 2007; Dzanc Books, 2013), Knotty, Knotty, Knotty (Black Mountain Press, 2014) and Horsebuggy (Sagging Meniscus Press, 2019). His work has been featured in various publications, including Unsaid, Heavy Feather Review, Radioactive Moat, Meridian, Trop and Necessary Fiction. He lives in New York.

Sara Lippmann (@saralippmann) is the author of the story collection, Doll Palace (Dock Street Press, 2014). She was the recipient of an artist’s fellowship in fiction from NYFA (New York Foundation for the Arts) and her work has appeared in Slice Magazine, Vol.1 Brooklyn, Diagram, Midnight Breakfast, and elsewhere. She teaches creative writing at St. Joseph’s College in Brooklyn.

Seth Rogoff is the author of First, the Raven: A Preface and Thin Rising Vapors (both published by Sagging Meniscus Press, 2017 and 2018, respectively). He has translated several works by Kafka, including The Castle. He is currently working on a collection of fictional lectures, Transcriptions Translations Marginalia: A Novel in 12 Lectures, some of which have appeared in Eclectica, Cagibi, and Epiphany Magazine. A native of Maine, he lives in Prague.