Rebekah Bergman is a fiction writer living in Brooklyn. Rebekah was a 2018 Tennessee Williams Scholar at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference and a winner of The Masters Review 2018 Anthology Prize, judged by Rebecca Makkai. She earned a BA in literary arts from Brown University and an MFA in fiction from The New School.
Rebekah’s short stories are published or forthcoming in The Masters Review, DIAGRAM, Joyland, Hobart, Cosmonauts Avenue, Passages North, and other journals. Links to her published stories can be found here. Her interviews and reviews appear in Electric Literature, Tin House, and Kirkus. She is a contributing editor of NOON.
Rebekah has received grants, fellowships, and residencies from Art Farm, Brown University, and Tent Creative Writing. Her stories have been nominated for Best of the Net and Best Microfiction awards. She was a finalist for the 2018 Kathy Fish Fellowship from SmokeLong Quarterly and for The Atlas Review’s TAR chapbook contest. She is at work on a novel.
Find her @RebekahBergman on Twitter and Rebekah.Bergman@gmail.com.