On Friday, June 28th at 7PM, Paragraph Members Julia Cooke and Rosie Misdaryshared their work at KGB!
Julia Cooke’s writing has appeared in the Virginia Quarterly Review, the Atlantic, the Village Voice, the Paris Review Daily, the Best Women’s Travel Writing anthology, and more. She’s a frequent contributor to Guernica and Conde Nast Traveller. Her book on youth culture in Havana, entitled All the Young Punks: Grandchildren of the Cuban Revolution, will be out next spring. She teaches writing at the New School.
Megan Foley is a writer living in Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in The Rumpus, Canteen Magazine, Freerange Nonfiction, Thought Catalog, Flaunt Magazine, and others. She’s currently finishing up her MFA at Columbia University, where she also taught creative nonfiction this past semester. Megan is originally from Great Falls, Virginia and has lived in New York for a decade.
Rosie Misdary is a writer who was resuscitated from journalism. She believes firmly in the Hero’s Journey and speaks Latin as evidence of her fervor. She is finishing her first novel which remains woefully unnamed. She is a member of The Kilgore Trout House of Wayward Writers (www.troutfamilyalmanac.com) who will be collectively publishing an Almanac this fall with PaperCut Press.