Photo credit:    Gavin Doremus

Photo credit: Gavin Doremus

Garrett Dennert is an American author raised in Hart, Michigan. He earned his B.A. in creative writing from Grand Valley State University and soon after served as founding member and nonfiction editor of Squalorly. He currently resides in Seattle, Washington.

In 2016, Garrett founded Orson’s Publishing, a small but mighty press specializing in the wise and approachable. He also founded Orson’s Review, the literary journal of Orson’s Publishing, and serves as its editor-in-chief. 

Garrett’s stories and essays have appeared in Barely South Review, Midwestern Gothic, Monkeybicycle, and Whiskeypaper. He also authored Wounded Tongue, an ambitious dystopian novel. In 2020, Garrett’s short story collection, Strays Like Us, will be published.