Author Jeffrey Feingold.
Jeffrey M. Feingold is a writer in Boston. His stories – forthcoming in two collections in print from publishers in the U.S. and England – have been nominated for the Pen America Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers, the Pushcart Prize, and The Best American Short Stories; finalist for the Eyelands Book Awards in Greece; shortlisted and longlisted for the Exeter Story Prize; and winner of London’s Superlative literary journal annual short story prize.
Jeffrey’s work appears in magazines, such as the international Intrepid Times, and in The Bark (a national magazine with readership over 250,000). Jeffrey’s work has also been published in anthologies, and by numerous literary reviews and journals, including The Pinch, Maudlin House, Wilderness House Literary Review, Schuylkill Valley Journal, and elsewhere. Jeffrey’s stories about family, about the tension between heritage versus assimilation, and about love, loss, regret, and forgiveness, reveal a sense of absurdity tempered by a love of people and their quirky ways.