Archive for the 'Front Page' Category

Front Page: July

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.

Front Page: June

Matthew A. Hamilton is interviewed by Christopher Allen at I Must Be Off! Julie Innis’s short story collection, Three Squares A Day With Occasional Torture, has been published by Foxhead Books, and is available at Amazon, B&N, and Foxhead. I’m also very excited to announce Fictionaut’s Summer-Bash Party, which will be held at KGB Bar, NYC on Saturday, June 23rd at 7pm.

   Editor’s Eye: Steve Himmer

Front Page: May

Greetings Fictionauters. Ann Bogle has 12 stories and five book reviews at Ragazine, Thrice Fiction, Altered Scale, Asymptote, Intellectual Refuge, THIS Literary Magazine, American Book Review, Rain Taxi; She has interviews with Jeff Davis at Asheville FM and Bill Yarrow here; and six stories and one poem are forthcoming in 2012.

   Books at Fictionaut: Giraffes in Hiding
   Fictionaut Five: Jürgen Fauth
   Monday Chat with Gloria Mindock

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.”

Front Page: March

Front Page’s March editon includes Linda Simoni-Wastila, Darryl Price, Neil Serven, JP Reese, Marcus Speh, and Sylvia Petter.

Origin Stories, O. Henry Winners, Readings, and Book Releases are just a few Fictionaut highlights this month. “True Conditions” by Michael Copperman is forthcoming at Camera Obscura, and “Reading the Water” will appear in April’s The Sun. Heather Fowler’s book Suspended Heart received a glowing review from The Short Review, and her collection People With […]

Susan Tepper’s From the Umberplatzen is available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Michelle Elvy is now editor at Blue Fifth Review. Wilderness House Literary Review has published “What’s a Housecoat” by MaryAnne Kolton; David Ackley’s “See?”; and “2008, What I Wanted” by JP Reese.

   Fictionaut Five: Brad Listi
   Introducing Editor’s Eye

This month’s reading includes two stamp stories by Kathy Fish, one in Wigleaf and the other in the MLP Stamp Stories Anthology. Susan Tepper has a story in Schuylkill Valley Journal. Matt Potter’s Pure Slush has a new print anthology, Slut, featuring many Fictionaut members.

Several Fictionaut members have contributed to The Lost Children Anthology, which is now available at Amazon, Goodreads, Smashwords, and Barnes & Noble. All proceeds will benefit child protection agencies.

   Monday Chat with Gill Hoffs
   Fictionaut Five: Ayelet Waldman
   Line Breaks: “Alteration” by Steve Almond
   Checking in with Shred the Safehouse

Sheldon Lee Compton’s story collection, The Same Terrible Storm, is forthcoming from Foxhead Books. Stories by Susan Gibb, Con Chapman, and Gill Hoff are at Pure Slush. Meg Tuite’sPrevailing Winds” is at Fwriction Review.

   Fictionaut Five: James Whorton Jr.
   Monday Chat with Marcelle Heath


Fictionaut brings the social web to literary fiction, connecting readers and writers through a community network that doubles as self­selecting magazine highlighting the most exciting short stories, poetry, flash fiction, and novel excerpts.

Fictionaut is in the invite-only phase. Request an invite to join or log in if you have an account.

twitter_32 facebook_32 rss_32

Fictionaut on Twitter

Books by Our Members

        Add your book...