About Aaron

In addition to being a loving father and husband, Aaron Gansky is an author, novelist, editor, mentor, teacher, and podcast host. In 2009, he earned his M.F.A in Fiction at the prestigious Antioch University of Los Angeles, one of the top five low-residency writing schools in the nation. Prior to that, he attained his Bachelor of Arts degree in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing where he studied, in part, under Bret Anthony Johnston, now the Director of Creative Writing at Harvard University.

His first novel The Bargain (Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas) was released in December of 2013. The first book in his YA Fantasy series Hand of Adonai: The Book of Things to Come was released in August of 2015. He has written two books on the craft of writing fiction; Firsts in Fiction: First Lines and Write to Be Heard (with Diane Sherlock). To find out more about his books, click here.

As a Creative Writing teacher in California, he brings his expertise on the craft to several writing conferences around America where he speaks on a variety of topics. To learn more about his teaching, or to request him as faculty at your next writing convention, click here.

In 2009, he began an online literary journal to publish poetry and flash fiction. Since that time, The Citron Review has grown in reputation and prestige. It is now one of the premier publishers of the internet’s best flash fiction, poetry, and non-fiction.

In 2013 he began his Firsts in Fiction Podcast with Steve McLain. Shortly after, Heather Luby joined the line up. Lately, he chats with his father, Alton Gansky, about elements of the craft in which they dispense practical, in-depth analysis of how to write powerful fiction. To find out more about the cast, click here.

He is a loving father and husband. You may reach him by e-mail here, or find him on Twitter (@adgansky) and Facebook.

2 Comments on About Aaron

  1. Judy Sunderland | June 30, 2009 at 7:31 pm |

    Aaron, this is lovely. I have to do something like this, I’m told, and I haven’t a clue as to how to go about it.

    I’ll share it with David tonight.

    BTW… Disneyland was fun, but not as much fun as I had with you guys. David is a nice guy, but he doesn’t have a child’s wonder…

    Hey, are you still as tired as I am? I am so bumping around and running into things.


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