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Marcelle Heath rounds up the latest publishing news from members, including Sheldon Lee Compton, Sally Houtman, Marcus Speh, Joani Reese, Robert Vaughan, Kate Hill Cantrill, and Gloria Garfunkel.
Heather Fowler’s second collection of magical realism, People With Holes, is a finalist in the Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Award 2012 for short fiction; Heather’s third collection, This Time, While We’re Awake, feminist dystopias, is published by Aqueous Books; her fourth collection, Elegantly Naked in My Sexy Mental Illness, a collaborative vehicle with custom artwork by artist Pablo Vision, is forthcoming by Queen’s Ferry Press.
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.
Happy New Year Fictionauters!
Andrew Stancek’s story “Almost There” has won the Grand Prize in the Gemini Magazine’s Flash Fiction contest; “Perfect Execution” is published in Thrice Fiction; and “Distant Thunder” is published in Every Day Fiction.
Marcelle Heath rounds up this month’s publications by Fictionauts.
Jim Davis’s “Knitting the Unraveled Sleeves” has been selected for an Editor’s Choice Award in the Eric Hoffer Prose Award competition and will be included in the annual anthology of short prose, Best New Writing 2013. Linda Simoni-Wastila’s poem “Greetings From Motel 6” is published in Poet’s Market. Bill Yarrow’s Pointed Sentences (BlazeVOX 2012) is now available from Amazon in a Kindle edition, and his poems have recently appeared in Otoliths, Moria, and Short Fast and Deadly.
Alice Boatwright’s book Collateral Damage will be published by Standing Stone Books, and she has recent work in Amarillo Bay and Marco Polo Arts Mag. MaryAnne Kolton’s story “Beth” is in the latest Inwood Indiana. Jane Hammons’ story “Oryx Love” is in the summer issue of Wilderness House Literary Review.
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