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Fictionaut’s own Kirsten Menger-Anderson’s spellbinding debut story collection Doctor Olaf van Schuler’s Brain is out now: twelve generations of doctors search for the soul and cures for pain and madness. If you’re on the West Coast, Kirsten will be reading and signing books at the Northern California Independent Booksellers Association in Oakland this Saturday and […]

For the October issue of Mississippi Review, Jane Armstrong is looking for ekphrastic prose and poetry. The deadline is Sept. 15, and Jane cautions that she’s already received a lot of poetry about Edward Hopper. Please see the call for more information.

“It’s a Boy!” is currently the most-read piece on Fictionaut, but Laurel Snyder has even bigger things to celebrate: her first novel for kids, Up and Down the Scratchy Mountains, comes out today. Congrats, Laurel!

While we continue to work on improvements behind the scenes, some news from our members: Maud Casey shares her summer playlist with the NYT’s Paper Cuts, and Myfanwy Collins guest-blogs at Mumpsimus about her contribution to Best of the Web 2008.


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