Hillary Leftwich’s story, “A Small Infestation Following a Big Stroke of Luck,” was recently published in Monkeybicycle. Congrats on the publication, Hillary!
Her work has also recently appeared recently in NANO Fiction and is forthcoming in Progenitor. Follow Hillary on Twitter at @hillaryleftwich.
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!
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/
One of William Cass’s stories, entitled “Empathy,” was selected as the fiction winner in The Examined Life Journal
‘s recent writing contest.
William Cass was a contributor to The Conium Review‘s Spring 2013 issue. Congratulations on the winning story, William!
Margarita Meklina’s flash “Waiting for Warhol,” originally written in English, was just published in Star 82 Review. Her short story “Ai Weiwei’s Owls,” translated from Russian by Krystyna A. Steiger, appeared in the newly released Reunion: The Dallas Review #3. Finally, her novella, “Death in the Air,” whose title refers to a Mexican neo-expressionist Julio Galán’s death on the plane from brain hemorrhaging, was picked up by the Japanese magazine Shuei-Sha, and is slated to be published, in Japanese translation, this year.
Margarita was a contributor to The Conium Review‘s Spring 2013 issue.
Jonathan H. Roberts just had a story published the print edition of the Hoot Review. The story is called “Eternal Angst,” and it appears in issue #25 (October 2013).
Jonathan H. Roberts’s story, “Circumstances Under Which it is Nearly Impossible to Meet a Woman,” appeared in The Conium Review‘s Fall 2013 issue.
Congrats on the publication in Hoot Review, Jonathan!