Here are our authors’ new and upcoming publications. Click through the links to find out more!
Todd Dillard (episode 7): The poem “Palate of the Babel Fish” is soon to be published in Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, and the poem “Every Story Is an Origin Story” is soon to be published in Split Lip Magazine.
Julia Lee Barclay-Morton (episode 57): The facebook page for The Amazing True Imaginary Autobiography of Dick & Jani is now live! She also now has an agent (Johanna Maaghoul at Waterside). She edits and writes freelance, and if anyone needs any help with writing (editorial, tutorial, or coaching), you can find her at edit.originofwriting.com.
Jesse Bradley (episode 2): “TOM HARDY AS BANE COMMENTS ON THE NATIONAL’S “CONVERSATION 16”,” published in Barrelhouse Magazine; “Nuture,” published in Ghost Parachute; “The Bowling Green Massacre,” published in Portage Magazine.
Natasha Yglesias (episode 1): “Slate,” forthcoming in Issue 3 of Waypoints Magazine.
Peter Haynes (episode 82): “A Winter Ramble to the Site of the Shapwell Ghyll Spacecraft,” published in 365Tomorrows. On May 7th she will be at the Birmingham(UK)-based PowWow Literary Festival to read her short story “Trap Street Irregulars”.
Shannon Lippert (episode 9): “Ditching the Myth of Isolation for Feminism and Friendship in South Korea,” published in Mookychick.
Jason Gordy Walker (episode 78): Jason Gordy Walker was recently awarded a scholarship to attend the 2017 West Chester University Poetry Conference.