Well, I’ll be: a story I wrote a long time ago (and never gave up on) has found a home in the pages of The Tishman Review issue 1.4.
Read “Gloom Won’t Stay Past Morning”
I must send special thanks Jennifer Porter and the rest of the editorial team at The Tishman Review–without their help, this story might never have seen the light of day. I certainly look forward to reading the rest of the issue.
Of course, I always enjoy feedback on my work. Use the Comments section below. Twitter (@pen_tight). Facebook.
PS The Tishman Review runs a mini-contest for each of its issues: Readers’ Favorite and Staff Favorite. The former is a live poll on the TR website which we, the readers, can vote on. Winners (writers) receive a cash prize. So read the issue and support the cause–let the world know what kind of literature you like seeing disseminated:
A short story of mine, “In the Shadow of a Cloud,” appears in issue 8.1 of Quiddity (International Literary Journal and Radio Program).
View Quiddity 8.1 contributors here
Purchase Quiddity 8.1 here
Special thanks to Jim Warner and the rest of the editorial crew. It feels quite nice to be a part of this journal, alongside so many talented artists.
This is a new one: I actually placed one of my stories in a contest. Big thanks to Aqueous Magazine, “a literary and visual arts magazine for the Lake Superior region,” for selecting “September One” as the runner up in their 2015 Flash Fiction Contest. The theme was “first times.”
Order a copy of the Aqueous IX here
Special thanks to the editorial team at Aqueous for finding merit in my work. I received my contributor copy yesterday and cannot wait to read all the fine authors in this issue.
Something new for you to read, something I wrote, is available in the Spring 2015 issue of Watershed Review (CSU, Chico’s literary publication).
Read “Vanya, Vanya, Featherbrain” here
Special thanks to Sarah Pape and the rest of the editorial team at Watershed Review. I look forward to reading the issue in its entirety and sharing the gems I’m confident I’ll find (you know I will).
And hey. You. Let me know what you think. Comments section below. Twitter (@pen_tight). Facebook. I just want to hear from you. I just want to engage. Feels like no one ever does–prove me wrong.