Yesterday morning, we woke up to the news of a terrible mass shooting in Las Vegas. This following the news that Puerto Rico is still struggling and not receiving nearly enough aid from the government. This morning, in an act of healing for us, and, we hope, for you as well, we share the following. Please enjoy new poetry and prose by past featured authors:
Here are our authors’ new and upcoming publications. Click through the links to find out more!
Katherine Vondy (episode 4): “The Temp Came To The Party” is in the July issue of Five on the Fifth. She recently directed the Lost Moon Radio live show in LA on August 3-5.
Jacob M. Appel (episode 26): The Liars’ Asylum is available from Black Lawrence, and Millard Salter’s Last Day is available for pre-order from Amazon!
Jason Gordy Walker (episode 78): “Triolet in a Recession” and “Saturday at Railroad Park, Birmingham” are forthcoming in Measure.
Julia Lee Barclay-Morton (episode 57): She launched ourgrandmothersourselves.org – rewriting the archive one grandmother at a time. Check it out and send her stories about your own grandmothers! This site is related to The Amazing True Imaginary Autobiography of Dick & Jani, and includes more excerpts from the book, along with dozens of others’ grandmothers’ stories. Our Grandmothers, Our Selves and Dick & Jani were mentioned in conjunction with Hilary Mantel in this fabulous blog post by Glasgow Women’s Library. She started a bespoke writing workshop in September with a limited number of slots, and she is now taking on writing coaching & editing clients! If interested, contact her at [email protected].
Stephen Langlois (episode 60): “The Impossible Self” is out from Joyland Magazine.
Leland Cheuk (episode 81): “Vote for Arnie,” “Seasons Greetings (Everything Will Be Fine)” and “Investment Vehicle” are out from Flapperhouse‘s Summer 2017 issue. He’ll be reading at the LIC Reading Series on October 12.
Bud Smith (episode 43): His memoir, called WORK, is coming out from Civil Coping Mechanisms on September 18th. It’s about his time working heavy construction, his family, and making art.
Eileen Merriman (episode 54): Her YA novel Catch Me When You Fall will be released on January 2, 2018 by Penguin.
Todd Dillard (episode 7): His poems “Fat Boy” and “Why Would You Want a Dried Hand?” will be in Third Point Press‘s September Skin-themed issue. His first writing workshop for rehab patients at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is this September.
Anne Whitehouse (episode 36): Her poem “Lament” was published in panoplyzine, and her poems “Hawk Shabbat,” “Meditation” and “Heart Beat” were published in The Write Place at the Write Time.
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