Front Page: April

Happy Spring Fictionauters! Jerry Ratch’s fiction e-chapbook How the 60s Ended is published by Wordrunner eChapbooks. JP Reese is the recipient of the Patricia McFarland Memorial Prize from Flash Fiction Chronicles for “The Cost.” Reese has two poems published at Kitchen; a short story published by Apocrypha & Abstractions; and will be reading, as will Jen Knox, at DCCCD Spring Literary Festival in Dallas. Thrice Fiction’s recent issue includes a number of Fictionaut contributors. Jason Lee Norman’s book Americas, which includes a story for every country in the Americas, is forthcoming. Bill Yarrow’s book Pointed Sentences is published by BlazeVOX. Yarrow has poems in The Del Sol Review and OF ZOOS, and his poems are forthcoming in Pure Slush, Wilderness House Literary Review, Istanbul Literary Review, Mad Hatters’ Review, and Many Mountains Moving. Matt Dennison has poems in Tulane Review, Alba, San Pedro River Review, and Tree Killer Ink, and has work forthcoming in Reed Magazine, Yemassee, Sein und Werden, and The Mas Tequila Review. Marcus Speh’s “Book Breath” is in Blue Fifth Review, and “Thank You For Your Sperm” appears in The View From Here. David Ackley’s “Light Shot Water” is forthcoming in Lost in Thought. MaryAnne Kolton’s “The Chess Teacher” appears in The Vehicle.

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  1. susan tepper

    I’ve said it before and will say it again: You can’t keep a Fictionaut down (not for long anyway) as evidenced by all these terrific publications! Congrats!!!

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