The snow may be piling up outside PR’s drafty door, but inside, there’s enough good news to keep everyone warm. Go get yourself a cup of cocoa, tuck yourself into a cozy chair and have a look.
Contributor Jeff Fearnside sends us this good news:
“ My short story, ‘A Husband and Wife Are One Satan,’ which originally appeared in Potomac Review 46 (Fall 2009), has been selected to appear later this year in the anthology Everywhere Stories: Short Fiction from a Small Planet, to be published by Press 53 and edited by Clifford Garstang.”
Several of our associate editors have been published lately, including Alisha Horowitz , who co-authored (with Kate Holt) a short article, “In Uganda, a Midwife and Mother Come Together” in JHU Nursing Magazine.
- Jeanne Morgan Cashin writes that she has had her work, “Bridge” published in the winter 2013 edition of Emerge Literary Journal, and that she has been accepted into the Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Program for Writing.
- Lisa Friedman’s post, “The Serenity Room,” has been featured in the Huffington Post.
- Michael LeBlanc’s story, “Failing Dreams,” appears in the Arlington Literary Journal.
- Mike Maggio’s book, In The Valley of Granite and Steel is now available from thewritedeal.org
- Julie Platt’s book of poetry, Kingdom of My Familiar, has just been published by Hyacinth Girl Press.
- Lynn Stearns had a piece of flash fiction in the #22 Mini issue of On The Premises.
- Marianne Szlyk has had two poems published recently: “After Christmas” appeared in Issue #4 of the Ishaan Literary Review and “Alternative History at the Piscean Bar and Grill, Detroit” was included in Issue #10 of Aberration Labyrinth.