PR’s associate editors are a pretty amazing and talented group–a pride of editors? Perhaps. Or maybe we should just say that we are grateful to our associate editors for their generosity–the time that they give to reading submissions, and that we are proud of their successes as writers. As you read this post, you’ll no doubt agree.
Marianne Szlyk writes:
I’ve had three more poems appear in an anthology, [Insert Coin Here]. Its theme was video games, and my poems were “Eugene Summer Games 1988,” “The Last Galaga,” and “Kew Gardens, NY.”
Two other poems, “Cherry Tree in August” and “Grosvenor,” have appeared in Foliate Oak Journal. “Once She Was a Subway Flyer” appeared in Linden Avenue Literary Journal. Finally, three poems appeared in Blue Hour—“Springfield/Franconia,” “Night Trains,” and “At the Gateway of the Arctic.”
Mike Maggio has been writing and publishing in a variety of forms, including:
- The Valley of Granite and Steel (novel) published by the Write Deal Press, 2013
- “Now That You’ve Gone So Long” (poem) in Feile-Festa, Spring 2013.
- “A Man and a Fish” (short story)The Hamilton Stone Review , Issue #27, Fall 2012.