Contributor News

We’ve got a lot of incredible contributor news! Help us celebrate the accomplishments of our awesome contributors:

Jacquelyn Bengfort (Issue 22) has a story, “A Habitable Place,” that appears in Jellyfish Review. A poem of hers that previously appeared in Gargoyle will appear in an upcoming issue of Redux.

K. Chess‘s (Issue 20) debut novel, Famous Men Who Never Lived, will be published by Tin House Books in 2018. Find more information here.

Michael Fischer‘s (Summer 2017 issue) story, “Willie,” was recently published in The Sun and his story “Turn, Bend, and Spread” will appear in Brevity next year.

RaeNosa Hudnell (Summer 2017 issue) had her open letter, “Senator Kamala Harris is Black Girl Magic for the Month,” published by The Huffington Post recently.

Natalie McAllister (Summer 2017 issue) had her flash fiction piece, “Your Baby Boy,” selected for Glimmer Train‘s March/April 2017 Very Short Fiction honorable mention list. She also took part in the Tin House Summer Writers Workshop this year.

Carly Joy Miller (Issue 8) had her chapbook Like a Beast published by Anhinga Press after winning the 2016 Rick Campbell Chapbook Prize. Her forthcoming collection, Ceremonial, (which includes her poem “We Followed the River’s Loud Noise” from Issue 8) was the winner of the Orison Poetry Prize.

Leslie Pietrzyk (Issue 14) has a novel, Silver Girl, forthcoming from Unnamed Press in which her story, “The Devil’s Daughter” from Midwestern Gothic Issue 14, appears.

Heather Swan (Summer 2017 issue) has a book coming out in October titled Where Honeybees Thrive from PennState University Press. Find more information about it here.

Kali VanBaale (Summer 2017 issue) has an upcoming writer’s workshop at the Iowa Writers’ House Weekend Workshop in Des Moines titled “Revision Strategies for the Novel and Memoir.” Join her November 10-12!

Erika T. Wurth (Summer 2017 issue) had her book Buckskin Cocaine published by Astrophil Press this summer.

Huge congrats to you all!

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