B. P. Greenbaum
I've done the best I can to provide you access to my stories when they are available online. Many are only available through back issues of print publications. The world is always changing and so are many of these websites. I apologize if you can't get access, if the links don't work and you are unable to get to something you are seeking. I will do my best to update these links as often as necessary.
I am truly honored that so many of these amazing publications saw fit to read and publish my work. Thanks go out to all those who work so hard to get these journals assembled and out into the world.
I am a writer living with my husband and two geriatric terriers in an antique house in rural Connecticut. For twelve years, I taught creative writing at a magnet arts high school to thirty some dedicated teen writers who never ceased to amaze and inspire. I retired in 2016 to write full time.
My work has been published or is forthcoming in Eclectica, Hawaii Pacific Review, The Alembic, Cape Rock Poetry, Forge, Hog River Review, Inscape, Verdad, Pearl, Willow Review, Crack the Spine, Underwood Review, SLAB, American Writers Review, The Dos Passos Review, Prick of the Spindle, MacGuffin, Noctua Review, Louisville Review, The Binnacle, Fiction Fix, Marathon Review, Penmen Review, and Massachusetts Review.
An alumnus of the University of Hartford with a BA in English, I also hold a Masters in Secondary Education from St. Joseph University and an MFA in fiction from the University of Southern Maine through the Stonecoast program. I am a Surdna Fellow and received an award for fiction from the CT Authors and Publishers Association (CAPA).
People fascinate me, their voices, their stories and what we can all learn from their experiences. My hope it always to get the soul of these stories right.
My pen name is B. P. Greenbaum, and I am currently working on my first novel.
Thank you for reading my work.