J.T. Price has lived in Brooklyn since 2001. His fiction has appeared in The New England Review, Post Road, Guernica, Fence, Joyland, The Brooklyn Rail, Juked, Electric Literature, and elsewhere; nonfiction, interviews, and reviews with The Los Angeles Review of Books, BOMB Magazine, The Scofield, and The Millions.
He recently completed a novel manuscript revolving around Ronald Reagan's time as an outspoken member of the Hollywood left, and is seeking representation, a brave indie publisher, or magic. Maybe all of the above.