LA Times op ed Co-written with my sister: https://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2019-10-10/yazidi-nobel-peace-prize-nadia-murad?fbclid=IwAR0ER07miKL8nySTMcqwKJe3OOp1NO2Nqot-BW11dS7K92_vmSl2m3NCsgo
Pushcart comes out next month.
May 2, 2019: I heard the news that my story, “The Last Voyage of the Alice B Toklas,” published last year in the The Missouri Review, has won a Pushcart Prize.
April 1, 2019: Interview in the Sewanee Review about the title story for the new collection: https://thesewaneereview.com/articles/3q4-jason-brown
March 20, 2019: Article about my sister’s work in Iraq: http://constructionlitmag.com/border/mission-impossible-the-quest-to-prosecute-isis-for-the-yazidi-genocide/?fbclid=IwAR0Zno4lWNt2jIhEZxfx1-w5eG0JWJpqeKtMFU_70rkm_aIu731uaEl0GsY (My sister co-produced a documentary about the Yazidi Genocide, On Her Shoulders, which won a Director’s Award at Sundance.
February, 2019: A Faithful But Melancholy Account of Several Barbarities Lately Committed, a novel in stories, is due out in the fall of 2019 as part of a short story collection series published by Missouri Review Books. Stories from the collection have been published or are forthcoming in the Sewanee Review, Missouri Review, Southern Review, Electric Literature and elsewhere..
2018: Story in the Missouri Review.
December, 2017: Stories in the Bellevue Literary Review and the Dalhousie Review. The one that the Dalhousie Review is publishing is a short novella, part of which takes place in Nova Scotia on Sable Island.
July, 2017: Optioned Why the Devil Chose New England For His Work to Lance Edmands, director of Bluebird.
Spring, 2017: Won Jeffrey E Smith Smith Editor's Prize from The Missouri Review.