Raised in the rural Midwest, Angela Palm earned a BA in English Literature and a BS in Criminal Justice at Saint Joseph's College. Palm is the author of Riverine: A Memoir from Anywhere but Here, recipient of the 2014 Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize (Graywolf Press, Aug. 2016). She is the editor of a book featuring work by Vermont writers, called Please Do Not Remove (Wind Ridge Books, 2014). She has taught creative writing at Champlain College, New England Young Writers' Conference, The Writers' Barn, The Porch (Nashville), and The Renegade Writers' Collective and is the recipient of a Bread Loaf Writers' Conference Fellowship in narrative nonfiction. 

Palm's writing has appeared in or is forthcoming in Creative Nonfiction, Ecotone, Passages NorthAt Length Magazine, Entropy, Brevity, DIAGRAM, Essay Daily, Paper Darts, apt, SmokeLong Quarterly, Hippocampus Magazine, Midwestern Gothic, Little Fiction, Big Truths, Sundog Lit, and elsewhere. Her first book was short listed for the Vermont Book Award and an Indiana Author Award/Emerging Author Award. Her work has also been nominated for the Pushcart Prize in fiction and nonfiction, a Derringer Award, Best of the Net, and the Best Short Fictions anthology. She lives in Vermont. 

Riverine rights are represented by Lana Popovich, an agent at Chalberg & Sussman. Please contact Lana with rights inquiries here.

Angela Palm's forthcoming works are represented by Janet Silver, an agent at Zachary Shuster Harmsworth. Please contact Janet with rights inquiries here.

For publicity and press inquiries, please contact Caroline Nitz, Graywolf Press publicist, here.

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