Portrait by Paulius Musteikis

The cover of Maggie Ginsberg's debut novel Still True with two houses connected by a telephone wire lined with birds, and moody clouds in the background, and a Luis Alberto Urrea quote on the cover that says "I could stay in this story for years."
Still True

Maggie Ginsberg is a writer, editor and author in Wisconsin.

Her debut novel, Still True, was published by the University of Wisconsin Press in September 2022 and won the 2023 WLA Literary Award for Fiction. It was also the honorable mention selection for the 2022 Edna Ferber Fiction Book Award, one of four finalists for the Chicago Writers Association’s 2023 Book of the Year, a 2023 Midwest Book Awards silver medal winner in the Literary/Contemporary/Historical Fiction category, and one of three finalists for the Women’s Fiction Writers Association’s STAR Award for Outstanding Debut.

Maggie is now a senior editor at Madison Magazine, where she has worked full-time since 2020 after freelancing for city, regional and national magazines since 2006. She has published hundreds of articles throughout her career, earning numerous honors from the City Regional Magazine Association, the American Society of Journalists and Authors and the Milwaukee Press Club.

For inquiries about book events, interviews, and review copies of Still True, please contact UW Press Publicity Manager Alison Shay at amshay [at] wisc.edu.

To reach Maggie at Madison Magazine, email mginsberg [at] madisonmagazine.com.

To schedule a potential book group appearance, reach out to Maggie directly at the button below.

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