Nate Brown

Nate Brown is a Baltimore based fiction writer and editor whose stories and essays have appeared in the Iowa Review, Mississippi Review, Five Chapters, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Publisher's Weekly, Lithub, and Barrelhouse. He has received scholarships and fellowships from the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing; the Vermont Studio Center; the Ucross Foundation; the Kimmel, Harding, Nelson Center for the Arts; the Bread Loaf Writers Conference; and the Maryland State Arts Council.

The managing editor of the Austin-based literary journal American Short Fiction, he also teaches creative writing at Stevenson University, Johns Hopkins University, and at the George Washington University in Washington, DC.

Specializes In

FICTION: Literary Fiction, Multi-Cultural

OTHER SPECIALTIES: While ASF is primarily interested in literary short fiction, we publish a wide variety of nonfiction online as well.

Considers

FICTION: Fantasy, GLBT, Historical Fiction, Horror, Humor/Satire, Mystery, Science Fiction

NONFICTION: Adventure/True Story, Cultural/Social Issues, Current Affairs, GLBT, History, Humor, Memoir, Men's Concerns, Military/War, Narrative, Politics, Pop Culture, Religion, Science, Spirituality, True Crime, Women's Concerns

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