Writer, Author and Visual Artist
365体育备用网址James Hannaham has published a pair of novels: “Delicious Foods,” a PEN/Faulkner Award winner and New York Times Notable Book, and “God Says No,” a Lambda Book Award finalist. He practices many other types of writing, art, and performance, and teaches a few of them at the Pratt Institute.
365体育备用网址Hannaham is a writer and visual artist. His novel “Delicious Foods” (Little, Brown 2015), won the PEN/Faulkner Award and the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award, was selected for the Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Program, the New York Times’s and Washington Post’s 100 Notable Books of 2015, and a finalist for the L.A. Times Book Prize; his debut “God Says No” (McSweeney’s 2009), was honored by the American Library Association’s Stonewall Book Awards.
365体育备用网址He has published short stories in One Story, Fence, Story Quarterly, and BOMB. Hannaham has contributed to the Village Voice since 1992, was a staff writer at Salon.com, and his criticism, essays, and profiles have appeared in Spin, Details, Us, Out, Buzzfeed, The New York Times Magazine, 4Columns and elsewhere.
365体育备用网址He also co-founded the performance group Elevator Repair Service and worked with them from 1992–2002. Hannaham has exhibited text-based visual art at The James Cohan Gallery, 490 Atlantic Gallery, Kimberley-Klark, and The Center for Emerging Visual Artists. He teaches in the Writing Program at the Pratt Institute.