Margot Singer is the author of a novel, Underground Fugue (Melville House, 2017), winner of the Edward Lewis Wallant Award for American Jewish fiction; a collection of short stories, The Pale of Settlement (University of Georgia Press, 2007), winner of the Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction; and co-editor, with Nicole Walker, of Bending Genre (Bloomsbury Academic, 2013), a collection of essays on creative nonfiction. She has been awarded the 2013 James Jones First Novel Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, the Reform Judaism Prize for Jewish Fiction, the Glasgow Prize for Emerging Writers, the Carter Prize for the essay, and an honorable mention from the judges of the PEN/Hemingway Award. She is a professor of English at Denison University, where she directs the Lisska Center for Scholarly Engagement and the Reynolds Young Writers Workshop.
On the Fencing Strip: Margot Singer Interviews Peter Grandbois
Margot Singer talks to Peter Grandbois about his new memoir, fencing, and the Bushido code....