Jacob Singer talks to Gregory Spatz about his new book, "What Could Be Saved."
Jacob Singer is a writer and editor based in Washington. His writing has appeared in the American Book Review, Brooklyn Rail, Colorado Review, Rain Taxi, and Quarterly Conversation. He manages the Small Press Releases list at Entropy Literary Magazine where he assembles a bimonthly list of new books from independent presses and publishes excerpts. He has taught writing and literature at the University of San Francisco, Elmhurst College, and Boise State University.