May has been a fruitful month for Fictionauters. Susan Tepper and Gary Percesepe’s novel, What May Have Been: Letters of Jackson Pollock & Dori G has gone into online distribution. Meg Tuite, Fiction Editor at Connotation Press, interviewed them here. Pure Slush’s May theme is Queer, and features work by Nicolette Wong, Christopher Allen, S.H. Gall, Melanie Simone, Robert Vaughan, Marcus Speh, Susan Tepper, and many more. Michelle Elvy celebrates 52/250 Year of Flash’s grand finale. Dallas Woodburn’s “Woman, Running Late, in a Dress,” has won the Ninth Glass Woman Prize, curated by Beate Sigriddaughter. Second prize goes to Marlee Cox for her story “Collapse,” and Kari Nguyen’s “The Problem with Keeping,” wins 3rd prize. The new issue of fwriction:review features Julie Innis’ “Fly.” Meg Pokrass has started a new project, “To Voice,” which offers book trailers and story readings for authors who need visibility. For more information on how to help this crowd-funded campaign and view samples for Murray Dunlap and Tiff Holland, click here. Thomas Pluck’s story “The Last Sacrament,” is at Shotgun Honey. Digital Writer Spotlight Series features Julie Innis at eBookNewser. And finally, Jürgen Fauth’s novel Kino will be published by Atticus Books next year. You can read the opening chapter here. Congratulations to all for your success!
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