Mark Wisniewski and Heidi Pitlor

Join Pushcart Prize-winning short story writer Mark Wisniewski (Show Up, Look Good) as he discusses his breakout novel, Watch Me Go—a stand out noir thriller of love, murder, and injustice, which is as meditative as it is propulsive. Author and The Best American Short Stories series editor Heidi Pitlor will join Wisniewski to discuss a novel Salman Rushdie has described as “irresistible." Mark Wisniewski is an award-winning writer of fiction and poetry. Published in Best American Short Stories, The Southern Review, Antioch Review, and Virginia Quarterly Review, he has earned a Pushcart Prize and a Tobias Wolff Award, as well as a series of prestigious fellowships. He lives with his wife in New York City. Heidi Pitlor is the author of the novel The Birthdays of which Fred Leebron wrote "Undeniably gratifying...subtly riveting...This isn't just a terrific family novel; it's a terrific novel through and through." Heidi was formerly a senior editor at Houghton Mifflin and is presently the annual series editor for The Best American Short Stories. Her writing has appeared in such publications as Ploughshares, The Huffington Post, and Labor Day: True Birth Stories by Today's Best Women Writers. She lives with her husband and their twins outside of Boston.