from Hold On: A Novel in Six Stories of a Six-Story Building – Emily Rubin


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Photo by Les Baum

Emily Rubin’s debut novel, Stalina (2011 HMH/Mariner Books), was a selection in the Amazon Debut Novel Award Contest. She is a recipient of a NYSCA 2022 Literary Arts grant, the Sarah Verdone Writer’s Award, a finalist in the International Literary Awards, and a Pushcart Prize nominee. She co-founded Dirty Laundry: Loads of Prose, a reading and performance series that takes place in laundromats around the country. Her short stories and essays have appeared in journals including Good Works Review, Litbreak, Confrontation, Poets & Writers, The Smart Set and All the Restaurants in New York by John Donohue.  She founded and runs the Write Treatment Workshops in NYC and upstate NY cancer centers. She has taught fiction for Bard College’s LifeTime Learning Institute and Columbia University’s Narrative Medicine Program. She is working on a novel about urban homesteading and lives in Columbia County, NY. IG: emilyhrubin Twitter: @rubin_em

Banner Art: A Painting By Maria Dominguez. Photo by Denise Bosco.

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