Alison B. Hart

Alison B. Hart's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in the Missouri Review, Bustle, Hippocampus, Connu, Brain, Child Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Babble, and elsewhere. Her story "The Supper Club," from her collection of linked stories called Strangers at Home, was serialized by Connu, an app for the iPhone. She is the Director of Outreach for BinderCon, a professional development conference for women and gender non-conforming writers, and is the co-founder of the long-running reading series at Pete's Candy Store in Williamsburg. She received her MFA from the New School and lives in Brooklyn with her family.