We are so excited for the release of Issue 10 (Summer 2013)—it’s jam-packed full of fantastic pieces perfect for summer reading. In fact, the contributors in Issue 10 are a busy bunch, and we thought we’d highlight some recent accomplishments of a few of them:
Joan Colby‘s newest book Selected Poems, containing poems from all her earlier books, is just out from FutureCycle Press. It can be purchased on Amazon.
Amber Edmonsdon will have poems appearing in Border Crossing and Dunes Review later this year.
Michael Lambert‘s debut collection is forthcoming from Red Bird Chapbooks (late summer 2013).
Katie Darby Mullins has recently had pieces published Naugatuck River Review, Poetry Quarterly, The Waterhouse Review, Thrice, and Cider Press Review.
Michael Schmeltzer‘s nonfiction piece “An Accent Like Grief” was recently published by PANK.
Alida Winternheimer‘s story “The Herd” is being published in Water~Stone Review in October 2013. For more information on the story, check out her website.