First post on writing to follow.
I’ll be a part of Litquake’s 20th Anniversary celebration for the “20 in 20” Words & Wine Napa event at the Napa Bookmine (964 Pearl ST) on Sunday, October 13th, from 5-7PM. The Napa Valley Writers’ Conference is cosponsoring the event, and my fellow readers are Angela Pneuman, Iris Dunkle, and Gillian Conoley.
Click on the NVWC logo for more information about the event & hope to see you there!
I’ve chosen the winner and honorable mentions for the Tillie Olsen Short Story Award, and look forward to the release of the Tishman Review’s October (and sadly, final) issue. Many, many thanks to editor Jennifer Porter for all her hard work on behalf of writers featured as part of TOSSA and Tishman Review.
My story, “Toilet Paper Glove,” is featured in the Ka-Ching: Money issue of Crab Orchard Review.
Click the cover image below for the Issuu link. My story begins on Page 21.
My story “The Start-Up Fund” appears in the 2018 issue of Ellipsis Literature & Art.
Click the cover image below for a pdf of the issue. My story begins on Page 59.
I discuss the origins of my second story collection Bridge & Tunnel on The North American Review‘s blog.
Click on Kali Gregan’s cover art (below) to read “The Literary Rub.”
My story “The Tough Guy Test” appears in the Winter 2017 issue of The North American Review.
My story “My Freshman Roommate & Her Parents” appears in LUMINA‘s online Volume 7.
The story’s cover image below, by Lisa Ferber, links to the story.
I interviewed private student Debbie Graber about her debut collection Kevin Kramer Starts on Monday over at the Late Night Library blog. Click the cover image below for the link.
My story “Loud Love” has won the inaugural Tillie Olsen Short Story Award and has been published in the July issue of The Tishman Review. “Loud Love” is part of my second linked story collection, Bridge & Tunnel.
You can read the story by clicking on the image below.
Contest judge Alice Mattison wrote, "I found “Loud Love” a great pleasure to read every time I picked it up. The narrator is a delight, flawed and admirable at once, hilariously honest about the person she finds herself to be. The characters have complexity and depth. The story is funny and meaningful. It’s engaging and believable on every page.”
Fiction editor Jennifer Porter wrote, "The story embodies, in my opinion, not only the spirit of Olsen’s writing but her heart for social activism."