I’m so excited to have had the chance to interview Sonya Vatomsky, my favorite poet, for Tiny Donkey! Check out what Sonya has to say about Russian fairy tales, and get some bonus beet recipes too, right here. Sonya Vatomsky is a Russian American non-binary artist, born in Moscow in 1985. Sonya currently lives in […]
My first editor’s note at Tiny Donkey is live! My art also accompanies the piece (that’s Little Me in my childhood holy trees!) “You. You are a girl, and where there is a girl there is a story. A story about a girl…” Read it here.
It’s official! There I am, along with the other new additions to the editorial staff, on Tiny Donkey’s masthead. I am thrilled to be working on this project!
I’m happy to announce that Atticus Review has nominated my flash fiction “When the Moon King Met the Outlaw Lady Spider” for this year’s Best of the Net anthology. Thank you Atticus Review!
I’m very happy to announce that CHEAP POP has nominated my flash fiction “This Whole Majestic Thing” for this year’s Best of the Net anthology. Thank you CHEAP POP!
I’m very happy to announce that I’m joining the editorial staff at Tiny Donkey! I’ve been a fan of the journal from its start, and love the writing of founding editor Wren Awry. “Tiny Donkey is a journal of short-form, fairy-tale nonfiction focused on, but not limited to, undergraduate writing. Tiny Donkey essays draw on […]
My story Sheitel, which first appeared at Bartleby Snopes back in June of 2014, is featured in the new issue of Expanded Horizons. “The mission of Expanded Horizons is to increase diversity in speculative fiction and to create a venue for the authentic expression of under-represented voices in the genre.” You can read my story […]