Archive for the 'Front Page' Category

Ann Bogle’s book, Country Without a Name, is available at Lulu. Kathy Fish’s collection, Wild Life, is available through Matter Press and Amazon. Robert Vaughn’s “Nowhere in Sight” and Andrew Stancek’s “Goat Fate” and “Flight” are at Pure Slush. Estelle Bruno’sImmobile Car Immobile Phone” and Linda Simoni Wastila’sPoison Pill” are at Every Day Fiction.

   Fictionaut Five: Anne Leigh Parrish
   Checking in with Like Birds Lit

Front Page: July

Kyle Minor’s novel excerpt, Sexual Lives of Missionaries, is up at Guernica Magazine. John Minichillo’s excerpt from The Snow Whale is at The Collagist, and the novel is now available from Atticus Books. Lauren Becker’sFive Ways” is at Small Doggies Magazine. Ben Loory‘s collection Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day is now out from Penguin.

   Checking in with 2011 and 2012 Publications
   Monday Chat with Bill Yarrow
   Fictionaut Five: Dan Chaon

Front Page

Ramshackle Review‘s latest issue spreads the love with work by Jen Knox, Jack Swenson, xTx, Danny Goodman, Bill Yarrow, Darryl Price, and many more. MaryAnne Kolton’s poem “Sex with Strangers” and “The Love Tap” are forthcoming from Toucan Magazine. Doug Bond reads Ramon Collins’ story “Things That Go Poink!” here. Steve Himmer’s novel The Bee-Loud Glade gets a shout-out from NPR.

   Monday Chat with Meg Tuite
   Checking in with Couples
   Fictionaut Five: Roddy Doyle

May has been a fruitful month for Fictionauters. Congratulations to all for your success!

   Monday Chat with Jane Hammons
   Checking in with Dirty Theologians
   Fictionaut Five: Roy Kesey

I’m happy to announce Front Page, a monthly post where I get to showcase your success stories in a more formal capacity. So, if you have any news to share – A book contract or published story, award or grant etc. etc., send links and/or relevant info to me so that I can include it in Front Page.

   Checking in with @Geek
   Fictionaut Five: Alan Heathcock
   Monday Chat with Meg Pokrass


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