Sylvia Schwartz

1234 Bloomfield Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030

Author's Bio

Sylvia Schwartz’s short stories and poetry have been chosen by online literary magazines not only in the U.S. where she is from but in publications originating in Spain, India, and Canada demonstrating the universal appeal of her writing. Sylvia has studied literary fiction at the Writers Studio and One Story in New York. She is an assistant editor at Narrative Magazine and currently lives in Hoboken, NJ.

Publications and Prizes

Journals: 
Bold + Italic, Bull & Cross, Edify Fiction, Savant-Garde, The Airgonaut, Rain, Party, & Disaster Society, The Vignette Review
Prizes Won: 
"The Man Who Stopped Speaking" was nominated for a Pushcart Prize by Bold + Italic; "Very Very Very Very Very" was the winner of Edify Fiction's "Best of the Best" contest for the best short story; "Colorblind" and "Alex" are plays that were produced for the New Jersey One-Minute Play Festival held at Mile Square Theatre; "Will the Dodgers Leave New York?" is a 10-minute play that won 3rd place in Hoboken's One-Act Play Festival; "Don't Vote" was a short play selected by Primary Stages in Manhattan for their "Detention" contest/event.

Reviews, Recordings, and Interviews

More Information

Listed as: 
Fiction Writer
Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Caucasian
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Kansas City, MO
Raised in: 
Skokie, IL
Please note: All information in the Directory is provided by the listed writers or their representatives.
Last updated: Jan 31, 2019