NYC | June 8, 2008
Yowza! June blue skies and warmer weather have finally arrived! Sunday Salon turns SIX this month and we’re delighted to celebrate with a stellar crew of writers.
Felicia C. Sullivan is the author of The Sky Isn’t Visible from Here: Scenes from a Life, which has been featured in Vanity Fair, Elle, USA Today, Newsday, and The Washington Post. She received her MFA from Columbia University’s writing program and has been awarded fellowships from Tin House magazine and SLS Literary Seminars. A two-time Pushcart Prize nominee, her work has been published in anthologies and journals. In 2001, she founded the award-winning literary journal Small Spiral Notebook. Sullivan lives in New York, where she works in publishing.
Wah-Ming Chang has received grants from the Urban Artist Initiative, the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Bronx Writers’ Center, and the Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts. She lives and works it in New York City.
Michael Moreci holds an MA in fiction from Northwestern University. His fiction, journalism, and book reviews have appeared in Stop Smiling, After Hours, Other Voices, New City, North Shore Magazine, Keepgoing, and In These Times. He’s recently completed his first novel, titled Baron’s Chronicle.
Poet, playwright, and founding editor of IKON magazine, Susan Sherman has published four collections of poetry; a poetry, essay and short fiction collection, The Color of the Heart (Curbstone) and has had twelve plays produced off-off Broadway. Her translation of Shango de Ima (Doubleday) won eleven AUDELCO awards for the Nuyorican Poets Cafe production in 1996. Among her awards are a NYFA fellowship for creative nonfiction, a NYFA Fellowship in poetry and a Puffin Foundation Grant. Her latest book America’s Child: A Woman’s Journey through the Radical Sixties (Curbstone, November ’07) has garnered critical acclaim from the New York Times Book Review, Booklist, Publisher’s Weekly and Lambda Book Review and authors Grace Paley, Claribel Alegria and Chuck Wachtel.