Will McGrath

Will McGrath has worked as a reporter, homeless shelter caseworker, public radio producer, UPS truck loader, high school teacher, Burger King chicken sandwich mayo-applicator, ghostwriter, and ghosteditor, in slightly different order.

He has written for The Atlantic, AFAR, and Pacific Standard, among other magazines. In 2017, he won the Disquiet Open Borders Book Prize for his debut Everything Lost is Found Again (Dzanc Books). He lives with his family in Minneapolis, where he compulsively buys books from the city's amazing indie bookstores.