My story “Feast Your Eyes” was a finalist and will be published in the summer issue, along with another of my entries, “Sixteen Golden Staircases.” SO EXCITED. I love Wyvern Lit! Congratulations to all the winners, runners-up, and finalists! Check out the announcement Advertisements
If you missed my story “Sheitel” when it first appeared at Bartleby Snopes, check out its reprint in the new Gods and Monsters issue of Holdfast.
Today, Queen’s Ferry Press revealed the front cover of The Best Small Fictions 2015 anthology. Beautiful work by Brian Mihok! I’m very proud that my work will be included and I can’t wait for the release in October! From the Queen’s Ferry blog: The Big Reveal
My essay on our family’s love of the public library and its importance in our homeschooling, in the new issue of Women In Libraries, the newsletter of the ALA’s Feminist Task Force: The Numbers I Know By Heart
Well, there could be only one. David Joseph is the winner of Revolution John‘s $450 Highlander Fiction Award. Congrats to David, and I look forward to reading his winning story “Overcast” at the site. I’m happy to say though that my entry was among the five contest finalists! My story “Every Fairy Tale Starts With […]
My new flash at Necessary Fiction made the LitHub Daily list of “the best of the literary internet.” Holy crap! See it here: LitHub Daily
“When Edie took the wash off the clothesline in the fall, she had to shake each garment in the wind, to be sure that no spiders remained in the folds. She shook each twice, three times, four. They were little, the shy white spiders with spectral faces; a soft flurry of tiny legs as they […]