Happy end of January, everyone! Here are our authors’ new and upcoming publications. Click through the links to find out more:
Bud Smith (episode 43 and a review by Caitlin Murphy): “The Lost Girls,” published in Whiskeypaper. He has two upcoming stories: “Argatha,” to be published in PANK; “Wolves,” to be published in Smokelong. His book Dust Bunny City (illustrated by Rae Buleri) is coming out from Disorder Press in March.
Todd Dillard (episode 7): “Kissing the Invisible Man,” published in Abyss & Apex; “DIY Bat Signal,” published in Five 2 One Magazine; “Five Similarities Between Writing and Falling Down 47 Flights of Stairs,” published in McSweeney’s. He is also now a writer/editor for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Leland Cheuk (episode 81): “Funeral by the Arcade” from his collection Letters From Dinosaurs, published in The Margins. He also recently opened his own press, 7.13 Books, which he spoke about in an interview with The Millions.
Peter Haynes (episode 82): “The Drowning of Corporal Blake,” out in February from Storgy Magazine.
L.N. Holmes (episode 41): “Force Play,” published in Obra/Artifact.
Shannon Lippert (episode 9): Co-wrote and will be performing in “Love is a Many-Splintered Thing!,” playing on February 10, 11, and 12 at The Howdy Club in New York City.
Craig Fishbane (episode 42): “The Desperate Lullaby,” published in Entropy; “The Apology,” published in Gravel Mag.
Riona Judge McCormack (episode 47): “That of Bone,” published in Short Fiction Journal 10. Her story “Fifteen Silver Shillings” was a finalist in the Lascaux Flash Fiction Prize 2016.
Vanessa Hua (episode 79): Her short story collection Deceit and Other Possibilities won the Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature.
Kirby Fields (episode 65): A theatrical version of his piece “Summer Session with the Bones Brigade” was read and produced by Labyrinth Theater Company on January 19th in New York.
Stephen Langlois (episode 60): “You Shall Not Remember Us As Such,” published in Split Lip Magazine; “A Best Of List of 2016’s Best of Lists,” published by Entropy.
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