Will McGrath has worked as a reporter, homeless shelter caseworker, public radio producer, UPS truck loader, Burger King chicken sandwich mayo-applicator, ghostwriter, and ghosteditor, in slightly different order.
McGrath has written for Pacific Standard, The Atlantic, AFAR, Foreign Affairs, the Christian Science Monitor, The Rumpus, Guernica, and Roads & Kingdoms, among other fine publications. He has won the Felice Buckvar Prize for Nonfiction, the SER Narrative Nonfiction Prize, and the BWR Nonfiction Prize. In 2017, his forthcoming memoir won the Disquiet Open Borders Book Prize. His writing has been translated into Chinese, Hungarian, Japanese, and occasionally makes its way into English, transcribed from highly suspect nooks and crannies in his cerebrum.
Email: wtmcgrath at gmail dot com
Representation: Rachel Vogel (Dunow, Carlson & Lerner Literary Agency)