I’m excited to announce that I will be the guest editor at SmokeLong Quarterly for the week of 1/9-1/15/2012. Hope you will please consider submitting your work during that week. I promise I will read it with great care. ETA: if you submit before 1/9, I won’t be able to read it. So if you’d like to submit during my time there, please wait until … Read More Guest Editor at SmokeLong Quarterly for week of 1/9-1/15/2012
Saturday, September 18, 2010 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm I’ll be at the Salem Literary Festival, where I’m delighted to be among the readers for Quick Fiction’s Utter Amazement: Meet us at Gulu Gulu for a phenomenal line-up of readers whose work has appeared in the literary journal Quick Fiction, including Steve Almond, Brian Evenson, Kim Chinquee, Myfanwy Collins, Michael Thurston, and William Walsh. … Read More Upcoming Readings
I’ve been under the weather and so I apologize for being a fews days late in saying Happy Birthday to one of my favorite ezines–SmokeLong Quarterly. I am extremely grateful to the editors of SmokeLong for being so supportive of my writing over the years. In particular, I am grateful to Dave Clapper, whose devotion to SmokeLong and flash fiction inspires. So I hope … Read More Happy Fifth Birthday to SmokeLong Quarterly!
Got an email about this new ezine: Freight Stories seeks to publish a range of fiction. As our first issue shows, we’re comfortable with the very short story — not uncommon for an online journal, as you well know — and with longer works (such as Debra Spark’s novella), and everything in between.
The excellent folks at wigleaf have announced their top 50 online stories. Nice foreword and introduction from the series and selecting editors. The Kenyon Review announced KROnline described by David Lynn as: “a lively and innovative bridge between the world of the very best print literature and the emerging potential of the electronic universe.” A new issue of Narrative Magazine is live. Go on … Read More wigleaf top 50 and other news
Here’s the scoop from their website: Looking for something to read after you put the kids to bed? Then Issue Five of Monkeybicycle is for you. It’s bursting at the seams with humor that is not for innocent minds or faint hearts. Our fifth issue is filled with the kind of humor that would make any good man blush, and it’s delivered from some … Read More Monkeybicycle Issue #5 guest-edited by Eric Spitznagel available for order