Bonny Finberg is a writer of fiction and poetry, as well as a photographer, published in numerous literary journals and anthologies. Her work has been translated into French, Hungarian and Japanese. Chapbooks include How the Discovery of Sugar Produced the Romantic Era," a short story collection published by Sisyphus Press/NY and a poetry chapbook with the author's photocollages, published by Corrupt Press/Paris. She is included in the series "Best American Erotica" ed. by Susie Bright and Outlaw Bible of American Poetry (Thundersmouth Press.) She has been an active participant in the downtown writing/reading community for 25 years and is included in the NYU Fales Library archive of Downtown Writers. She is a frequent contributor to Sensitive Skin Magazine and A Gathering of Tribes. Her novel, "Kali's Day", is due out at the beginning of 2014.
Angela Carter, Samuel Beckett, James Joyce, Jack Kerouac, William Faulkner, Don Delillo, Lydia Davis, Ernest Hemingway, Jeanette Winterson, the minimal and maximal.
Stories to be published in Many Mountains Moving (excerpt from novel in progress: "All the Rest Divine"
and Sensitive Skin Magazine: "Botanical Man"
Working Families Party, Artists Against the War, Democracy Now, Dennis Kucinich.
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