B. B. Garin lives in Buffalo, NY, in the shadows of abandoned grain elevators and the shuttered Bethlehem Steel plant. These rusting bones of industry have led her down a rabbit hole of dystopian possibilities, resulting in two novels set in lovingly distorted versions of her hometown.
Her echapbook, New Songs for Old Radios, is available from Wordrunner Press. She received the 2020 Sara Patton Fiction Stipend from The Writer’s Hotel for her then novel-in-progress, Warehouse-5. Her short stories have appeared in freeze frame fiction, 3rd Wednesday, Crack the Spine, Inklette and more. She is also a prose reader, editorial letter writer, and occasional blog contributor for The Masters Review.
B. B. attended Emerson College in Boston and armed with a degree in Writing, Literature, and Publishing, promptly entered the wonderful world of food service. She has frothed lattes, slung eggs, rolled pies, and mongered cheese among other occupations.
When not searching for the perfect slice of pizza, B. B. continues to improve her craft with a little help from her talented friends at the GrubStreet Writing Center. She has less success improving her guitar playing.
B. B. Garin is represented by: Ali Herring of Spencerhill Associates firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect with B. B. on Twitter: @bb_garin