Jane Hammons published two short stories, “Gone to China” in The View from Here, and “Sounding” in Atticus Review. She also received news that a short story manuscript submitted to Salt Publishing has been shortlisted for The Scott Prize.
Robert Vaughan’s new chapbook, Microtones, will be published by Cervena Barva Press. Flash Fiction Fridays is reviewed in Cervena Barva’s Newsletter. Microtones updates are available at his Facebook author page: Robert Vaughan. “Adversity” and “In Sandy Hook” appear in Red Fez. Bud Smith interviews Robert on The Unknown Show.
Gloria Garfunkel’s “Life’s Meaning” appears in Pure Slush, and “Steam” in Blue Fifth Review.
Andrew Roe’s debut novel, Believers, will be published by Algonquin Books. An excerpt from Believers also appears in the newly released anthology 24 Bar Blues: Two Dozen Tales of Bars, Booze, and the Blues (Press 53).
Darryl Price’s “Rising,” “3 Sentences AddinUp to One Spectacular disease,” and “This is Not Your Poetry” is forthcoming in Sacred/Profame.
Matt Dennison has work forthcoming in Redivider, Bohemia Art and Literary Magazine, Print Oriented Bastards, The Medulla Review, Juked, Veil, The Columbia College Literary Review, North Chicago Review and Zymbol.
Marcelle Heath is a contributing editor for Fictionaut and Editor-at-Large for Luna Park Review. Her stories have appeared in PANK, Wigleaf, Snake Nation Review, Matchbook, Necessary Fiction, and other journals. She works as a freelance editor in Portland, Oregon. She blogs here.