I'm honored that my short story "Crash" has been published by Still: The Journal. Here's a link to the story: "Crash."
Still: The Journal was co-founded by author Silas House and poet Marianne Worthington. The journal's mission is to publish the "finest in contemporary literary writing of Central Appalachia, or the Mountain South."
Also from the website: "Our emphasis is on the literature of the Southern Appalachian region, and we are committed to publishing excellent writing that does not rely on clichés and stereotypes. We want to feature writing that exemplifies the many layers and complexities of the region or that is written by an author with a connection to the region."
I'm honored to have a short story accepted by Still: The Journal, a literary site founded and edited by Silas House and Marianne Worthington.
I'm not sure when it will be published. February, maybe.
I'm happy to report that one of my poems, published years ago by Bluestone Review, will be republished by a different journal in 2018.
This journal focuses on our engagement with the natural world and the resulting environmental crises.
I'm pleased to announce that one of my flash fiction stories has been published by Pif Magazine. Read "Remodel" here.
Tom Petty was right. The waiting IS the hardest part.
This is a screenshot of my Submittable queue. Some of these pieces have been "in-progress" since June.
If patience is a virtue, I'm a wicked woman.
I'm kinda over the moon right now!
I just learned that one of my short stories will be published in a magazine that has featured the work of STEPHEN KING and RAMSEY CAMPBELL, my two favorite horror authors.
This award-winning magazine, which has been around since the sixties, has published other well-known horror and fantasy heavy hitters I admire. :)
I believe the publication date will be October, but don't have any other details to share right now.
Thank you to The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature for publishing my short story “Sparks and Vinegar.” You can read the entire story here.
The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature started publishing fine literature more than two decades ago. In its earliest incarnation it was known as the Eastern North Carolina Literary Journal. Today The Dead Mule is owned and operated by Robert and Valerie MacEwan.
Origin of its name: No good Southern fiction is complete without a dead mule. This phrase was inspired by comments from Harley Dartt and Jerry Mills.
Today I'm happy to see my poem "Summer Son" published by BELLE RÊVE LITERARY JOURNAL.
Here's a link to read the poem and explore other writers in the journal.
I enjoyed speaking at the Coffee Night event sponsored by UVa-Wise's literary journal Jimson Weed. My poem "Persistence" appears in this edition.
Here's a link to an article about the event: http://www.highlandcavalier.com/2017/04/16/coffee-night-at-uva-wise/
I'm pleased to announce that I will be one of the featured authors at Coffee Night to celebrate its latest edition of Jimson Weed. This event takes place at The University of Virginia's College at Wise on April 11.
I'm pleased to announce that BELLE RÊVE LITERARY JOURNAL will publish my poem "Summer Son" in May. I'll post a link when it appears.
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