Join Dead Rabbits founders Katie Rainey and Brian Birnbaum to learn about the submissions process and have a deeper conversation about publishing with small presses. Dead Rabbits, a well-known and well-loved reading series, recently launched a literary press and they are looking for great writers and great books. This is a roundtable not to miss! Members and alum, RSVP to email@example.com. Or purchase tickets here (limited availability).
Brian Birnbaum, Co-Founder/Executive Editor: Brian Birnbaum grew up thirty minutes west of Camden Yards in Baltimore, where at four years old he cried because the Yankees were losing. An MFA graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, his work has been published or is forthcoming in The Smart Set, The Collagist, Atticus Review, SLAM Magazine, Political Animal, LUMINA, and more, and he was a finalist for Bayou Magazine's Knudsen Fiction Contest, as well as a scholarship attendee of The Work Conference. Brian is a child of Deaf adults (CODA) and works in development for the family sign language interpreting business. He lives in Harlem with the writer M.K. Rainey and their dog.
Katie (M.K.) Rainey, Co-Founder/Editor-In-Chief: Katie Rainey is a writer, teacher, and editor from Little Rock, Arkansas. She is the winner of the 2017 Bechtel Prize at Teachers & Writers Magazine, the 2017 Lazuli Literary Group Writing Contest and the 2018 Montana Award for Fiction from Whitefish Review. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Collagist, 3AM Magazine, Atticus Review, Fiction Southeast, and more. She co-hosts the Dead Rabbits Reading Series and lives in Harlem with Brian Birnbaum & their dog. Sometimes she writes things the dog likes.