Front Page: March

Front Page’s March editon includes Linda Simoni-Wastila, Darryl Price, Neil Serven, JP Reese, Marcus Speh, and Sylvia Petter. Linda’s story, “Accidental Arsonist,” is in the debut issue of A Baker’s Dozen, co-edited by Michelle Elvy and John Chapin-Carpenter; her essay on curbing prescription drug abuse appeared in the New York Times’s Room for Debate; “Greetings From Motel 6” is forthcoming in 2013 Poet’s Market; and “Breathe” was the featured debut of Metro-Fiction, part of Metro-Moms network. Darryl’s “The Pocahontas Forgiveness Goes Viral” appears in River Poets Journal; “That Kind of Body” appears in the Wilderness House Literary Review; “The Pretty Business” is in Letras Caseras; “What I Find” is published in Eos:The Creative Context; “The Most Beautiful Truth,” “If The World’s Still Turning,” and “Fun And All,” are published in character i; “Young Woman At The Well” is published by Lost in Thought; “I’m Afraid You May Have” appears in Language>Place>blog Carnival; and “The Cake for God” and his e-book Safety First is published by The Camel Saloon. Neil Serven’s story, “Return Policy,” appears in Washington Square 29 (Winter/Spring 2012). Joani’s first chapbook, Final Notes, is published by Naked Mannekin ; she has work forthcoming in kitchen and Reprint Poetry; and Joani will read at The Writer’s Garret in Dallas this April. Marcus’s “Happy Feet” appears in Letras Caseras; “Winter Garden” is published in A Baker’s Dozen; “Selected Works Of A Hermit Crab Written On Shells, Stones, And Scales” appears in ILK Journal, and “Candy” is published in fwriction review. Sylvia’s collection The Past Present will be available free as a Kindle download from Friday, 2 until Tuesday, 6 March.

Finally, if you sent me news for Front Page and it is not included this month, I apologize. My email account was recently hacked. Please resend your news to for next month’s post. Thanks!

Marcelle Heath is a contributing editor for Fictionaut and assistant editor for Luna Park Review. She blogs hereSend your news for the next installment of Front Page to

  1. Susan Tepper

    Congrats to all the Fictionauts with so much great work being published!

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