A.E. Weisgerber | ABOUT

A.E. Weisgerber is a writer, teacher, and editor who lives in New Jersey with her husband and three sons.

She is a 2018 Chesapeake Bay Writer, 2017 Frost Place Scholar, and 2014 Kent State Reynolds Fellow. Work in Heavy Feather Review, DIAGRAM, The Alaska Star, SmokeLong Quarterly, FLAPPERHOUSE, great weather for MEDIA, Matchbook Lit, and Zoetrope Cafe’s Story Machine. Her work has been nominated for Pushcarts, Best of the Nets, Wigleaf Top 50s, and Best Small Fictions.

If you’d like a list of publications, some with links, use the drop-down menu. Fiction includes flash, short stories, prose-poetry; Non-fiction includes essays, reviews, and journalism (partial — too exhausting to scan all the non-digital work); PoetryEditing lists my work as FE, AFE, and reader; Bios/Interviews includes links as well.

She’s accessible via Twitter @aeweisgerber or send a note



NOTE: The image above is of David LaChapelle‘s enormous apocalyptic photograph (yes, photograph) titled Deluge. The picture was taken at Tony Shafrazi‘s gallery in Chelsea, NYC. A most impressive exhibition space.