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.
His debut book, Everything Lost Is Found Again, won the 2019 Bernard J. Brommel Award for Biography & Memoir, as well as the Dzanc/Disquiet Open Borders Book Prize. He has written for The Atlantic, Pacific Standard, AFAR, Foreign Affairs, The Rumpus, Guernica, and Roads & Kingdoms, among other fine publications. His nonfiction has received the Felice Buckvar Prize and has been translated into Chinese, Hungarian, and Japanese. It occasionally makes its way into English–transcribed from the highly suspect nooks and crannies in his cerebrum.
Email: wtmcgrath at gmail dot com
Representation: Rachel Vogel (Dunow, Carlson & Lerner Literary Agency)