Jeff Martin is an author and editor. His debut book, "The Customer is Always Wrong: The Retail Chronicles", was a National Book Critics Circle Award nominee and Shelf Awareness Book of the Year. His second book, "My Dog Ate My Nobel Prize: The Fabricated Memoirs of Jeff Martin" was hailed as a "garden of lush lies" by The Onion A.V. Club. In 2011, Jeff teamed up with C. Max Magee of The Millions "The Late American Novel: Writers on the Future of Books." Of the book The Atlantic raved, "Funny, poignant, endlessly thought-provoking."
Jeff is a contributor to The Millions, GOOD, Publishers Weekly, Poets & Writers, and National Public Radio. He serves as Fiction Editor for This Land Press (www.thislandpress.com) and is Founder of the literary organization Booksmart Tulsa. (www.booksmarttulsa.com)
Jeff lives with his wife in Tulsa, OK.