Thomas Dodson’s “The Death of Elpenor” will appear in the next issue of The Chicago Quarterly Review.
Additionally, the magazine Tom edits, Printer’s Devil Review, has just released a new issue. You can find the latest PDR here.
Congrats on the upcoming publication and on putting out another issue of Printer’s Devil Review!
Jen Knox‘s (contributor to our first issue) latest short story collection, Don’t Tease the Elephants, is now available as an ebook from Monkey Puzzle Press.
Jen Knox earned her MFA from Bennington College in 2010. She works as a creative writing professor at San Antonio College and copy editor at Frost & Sullivan. Jen mentors for the PEN American Center. She was nonfiction editor for The Bennington Review (2010) and Quiz & Quill (2007); she worked as a fiction reader for Our Stories Literary Journal and now reads submissions for PANK.
Jen’s writing has won the Global Short Story Competition and was chosen for Wigleaf’s 2012 Top 50. Two of her stories have received Finalist status for Glimmer Train competitions and three of her stories have received honorable mention. Her chapbook, The Aquarium, earned finalist status in the Black Lawrence Press’s 2012 Black River Chapbook competition.
Lauren Hall recently had two prose poems, “The Miser” and “Possum,” published in Cleaver Magazine.
Lauren was a contributor to our first issue. Her work has also appeared in NANO Fiction, Eunoia Review, Apiary, and Fiction Writers Review. She also received the 2012 William Carlos Williams Prize for Poetry at the University of Pennsylvania.
Come support theNewerYork at the 2014 AWP conference.
Joshua S. Raab (editor of theNewerYork) will be on a panel organized by The Conium Review on Feb. 27th, from 3:00 to 4:15 in Western New England MFA Annex, Level 3, Room 301.
Josh is also on another panel “Don’t Just Stand There and Read: Literary Events That Go Beyond the Usual,” Feb. 27th, from 12:00 to 1:15 in the Washington State Convention Center, Level 6, Room 613/614.
You can also find theNewerYork at booth 1604 throughout the bookfair.
Lastly, theNewerYork is putting on a literary carnival on Feb. 28th, sponsored by Submittable! Join the writers and editors of theNewerYork from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Caffe Umbria, 320 Occidental Ave. S. Readers/performers include John Mortara, Kevin Sampsell, Rose McAleese, Eric Lloyd Blix, Christopher Morgan, Mollie Boutell, Kayla Pongrac, John J. Rause, Eric Howerton, and Margaret Eaton. Get more details on Facebook.
We’ll be there. Will you?
Chelsea Werner-Jatzke’s story story, “Soup and/or Sandwich,” was recently published in Keep This Bag Away From Children. Read it here.
Chelsea’s work appeared in our Fall 2012 issue, she was a 2013 Jack Straw writer, and she’ll be moderating two panels at the 2014 AWP Conference in Seattle, WA.
Chelsea Werner-Jatzke (contributor to our Fall 2012 issue) was recently published in Pacifica. Read her story, “In Violent Protection,” here: http://www.pacificareview.com/in-violent-protection/
Brian Baumgart (contributor to our Spring 2013 issue) was published in Issue #27 of Ruminate Magazine.
Brain is coordinator of creative writing and English faculty at North Hennepin Community College, and he holds an MFA in creative writing from Minnesota State University, Mankato. His writing has also appeared or is forthcoming in Tipton Poetry Journal, Blue Earth Review, and elsewhere. You can hear a reading of his poem “Rules for Loving Right” at Sweet.
Our Associate Editor, Tristan Beach, reviewed Natalie’s chapbook in 2012. We also published Natalie’s poem, “Sonora” in our latest issue, and the poem was nominated for a Pushcart Prize last December.
We’re proud to have published Natalie’s work, and congratulate her on this recent award from the Montana Arts Council.
Check out From Sac, a collective of Sacramento Valley writers. The Executive Editor is Jon Alston (he was also a contributor to our Spring 2013 issue). The journal is open to submissions year-round. You can find out more details here: http://www.fromsac.com/
And check out Jon Alston’s blog here: http://jaawriter.blogspot.com/
Chelsea Werner-Jatzke’s story, “Requiem in Betta,” recently appeared in Extract(s). Along with the story, there’s an audio clip of Chelsea reading the piece. Check it out here.
Chelsea is a 2013 Jack Straw writer, she was a contributor to our Fall 2012 issue, and she’ll be involved with two panels at AWP in 2014 (including a panel that includes The Conium Review).