Harbors Pre-Orders Are Now Available

We are pretty excited to reach this point—Donald Quist's book of essays, Harbors, headed to the printer this week and is now available for pre-ordering. If you order now, you'll get free shipping, a postcard from the author, and a copy of the e-book later in the fall. Books will arrive the week of 9/22/16. 

Harbors is a collection of new and previously published essays. Here is a brief description:
“Suspended between continents and cultures, Donald Quist charts the forceful undercurrents of an American identity. Through these essays Quist explores feelings of oppression and alienation as he wrestles with a single act of violence in a Washington D.C. suburb, racial tensions in a rural South Carolina town, and the welcome anonymity of crowded Bangkok streets. These personal narratives are rich with Quist’s experience growing up as a person of color caught between parents, socioeconomic classes, and the countries he calls home.”

We've featured an essay from Donald in the past and an interview. You can also read excerpts of the book at: The RumpusVol. 1 BrooklynSlag Glass CityNumero CinqNorth American Review.


Donald Quist is a writer and English lecturer living in Bangkok, Thailand. He is author of the short story collection  Let Me Make You a Sandwich and the nonfiction collection Harbors (fall 2016). His work has appeared in North American Review, The Rumpus, Hunger Mountain, J Journal, Vol 1. Brooklyn, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Cleaver, Knee-Jerk, The Adroit Journal, Pithead Chapel, Numéro Cinq, Slag Glass City, Publishers Weekly and other print and online publications. He is a three-time Pushcart Prize nominee, runner-up for the Howard Frank Mosher Short Fiction Prize and a winner of the E.L. Doctorow and Peter Matthiessen Authors Competition from the Writers’ Workshop of Asheville.  He is co-host of the Poet in Bangkok podcast and serves as Fiction Editor for Atlas and Alice. He received a fellowship from Kimbilio Fiction and earned his MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts.


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