Nita Noveno

Nita Noveno is a graduate of the New School MFA Creative Writing Program. She founded the Sunday Salon series in the summer of 2002. She has most recently been published in Lost and Found: An Anthology of Teachers Writing and Worldview and was a finalist for the Missouri Review’s 2005 Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize. …

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Rudolph Delson

Rudolph Delson was raised in San Jose, California, and went to Stanford and N.Y.U. Law School. Except for a brief stint in Berlin, where he earned money by selling subscriptions to his occasionally risqué personal letters, he has made a living, miscellaneously, as a paralegal, a law clerk, and a litigation associate. He quit his …

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Jess Row

Jess Row’s collection of stories, The Train to Lo Wu, was shortlisted for the 2006 PEN/Hemingway Award. His fiction has appeared twice in the Best American Short Stories, and has won a Pushcart Prize, a Whiting Writers Award, and an NEA fellowship; his essays and reviews have appeared in Slate, Threepenny Review, Kyoto Journal, and …

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Support Girls Write Now!

From Salon hostess & Girls Write Now Mentor Caroline:Please join us for our signature event on Sunday, June 10th, 4-6 PM, at Barnes & Noble Astor Place in New York City!The grand culmination of the 2006-07 Girls Write Now season, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to hear the BEST teen writers in New …

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Farenheit 451.2

Ahh, another book banned by folks who don’t even bother to read it. If that pisses you off, please kindly read on & see what Salon alum Julie Polk & the banned author, Maureen Johnson, have to say about it. -c Dear One and All: On April 27th, my friend Maureen Johnson’s book THE BERMUDEZ …

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