Nieto Joins Flatiron

Nadxieli Nieto, editor and former program director of literary awards at PEN America, has joined Flatiron as editor-at-large. She will acquire upmarket and literary fiction, nonfiction, and YA, with a focus on work by Latinx and BIPoC.

Nieto is on the board of Latinx in Publishing and an editor of literary fiction. She is the editor of several anthologies, including the Shirley Jackson Award finalist Tiny Crimes with Lincoln Michel and the Premis Ciutat de Barcelona winner Carteles Contra Una Guerra with James Mann, and has published work by Carmen Maria Machado, Lilliam Rivera, Yuri Herrera, Danielle Evans, Leslie Jamison, Laura van den Berg, Rion Amilcar Scott, Stephen Graham Jones, Helen Phillips, and Amber Sparks. Nieto was previously managingeEditor of the award-winning literary fiction annual NOON, and associate editor at Visual Arts Press.

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