Brian Malloy's novels are The Year of Ice (St. Martin's Press), Brendan Wolf (St. Martin's Press), and the young-adult novel Twelve Long Months (Scholastic). His books have been a Book Sense pick, a New York Times "New and Notable" title, and a Booklist editors' choice for the best of 2002.
Honors include a 2017 Loft Excellence in Teaching Fellowship, a 2015 Minnesota State Arts Board artist initiative grant, a Jerome Foundation travel/study grant, a 2009 Minnesota Book Award, and a 2003 American Library Association Alex Award.
His nonfiction has appeared in Out, The Readerville Journal, and in the Lambda Literary Award-winning anthology The Man I Might Become (Marlowe & Co.).
Brian teaches creative writing and literature at the University of Minnesota, Hamline University, and The Loft Literary Center, and previously taught at Emerson College (Boston). He holds an MFA in Fiction from the University of Minnesota. In 2015, he was a Visiting Writer with the Minnesota Prison Writing Workshop, and in 2016, a visiting writer at a homeless shelter. Visit www.malloywriter.com.