Adam Schwartz’s debut collection of stories, The Rest of the World, won the Washington Writers’ Publishing House 2020 prize for fiction. Purchase book here.
His stories have won Poets & Writers’ WEX Award, Philadelphia Stories’ Marguerite McGlinn contest, Baltimore City Paper’s story contest and have been published in Arkansas Review, Mississippi Review, Raritan, J Journal, Gargoyle, Popshot, The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review, Little Patuxent Review, and Saranac Review. A novella-length story appeared in December Magazine. In September 2019 his story collection was named a finalist in the Orison Book Contest, judged by Victor LaValle. His non-fiction has appeared in the Baltimore Sun, Sewanee Review, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Forward, New York Daily News, Sun Sentinel, Washington Independent Review of Books, Bethesda Magazine. He attended the One Story 2016 Writers’ Conference and Sewanee Writers’ Conference in 2018. He has an MFA from Washington University in St. Louis. For twenty-four years, he has taught high school in Baltimore City.