Published & forthcoming work
The Flint Fiction reading series, out of 2A (25 Avenue A) in the East Village, is presenting an evening with Joyland Magazine contributors. I’ll be reading along with Julienne Grey and Eleanor Kriseman for Flint and Joyland this coming July 28th at 8pm. More details from the Flint Fiction website or the Facebook event page.
Pleased to announce that I was selected to be one of The Center for Fiction’s NYC Emerging Writers Fellows for 2015. I’ll be joining Naomi Feigelson Chase, Lisa Chen, Nicola DeRobertis-Theye, t’ai freedom ford, Stephen Langlois, Melissa Rivero, Samantha Storey, and Ruchika Tomar, who will be compatriot fellows this year. Thanks to the Center for Fiction and to the […]
I’ll be reading alongside authors Jim Shepard, Diane Cook, and Sharma Shields for a special Electric Literature’s Recommended Reading showcase of the Franklin Park Reading Series in Brooklyn, NY, on May 18th at 8pm. Admission as always is free, with $4 drafts and a raffle for books and Electric Literature merch. More details below, and from Franklin Park’s website and Facebook page. Hope to see you there! […]
Anu Jindal is the author of short stories published in Electric Literature’s Recommended Reading, The New Quarterly, Joyland Magazine, Pioneer, and Matrix Magazine. His short story “Not a Bad Bunch” was selected by Amazon to be a Kindle Single and Audible audiobook in 2014. A MacDowell Colony Fellow and Center for Fiction NYC Emerging Writers Fellow, he has been the recipient of a Jerome Foundation Travel & Study Grant and a Grant for Professional Writers from The Canada Council for the Arts. He earned his MFA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2014. Anu currently resides in Brooklyn and teaches Creative Writing at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. In Fall 2017 he will serve as an Artist in Residence at the Headlands Center for the Arts in California.