At Flatmancrooked, Valerie O’Riordan’s Hear That Song.
Sheldon Lee Compton has new work in The Foundling Review.
The February issue of elimae includes Kristina Marie Darling, Kirsty Logan, Joseph Goosey, Meg Pokrass, Valerie O’Riordan, Kyle Minor, among others. Joseph also has work in the new issue of Thieves Jargon.
At My Name is Mud, David Peak.
Thomas Patrick Levy’s Dead Like Me is up at Titular.
The annual JMWW anthology will be released in March and includes Paula Bomer, Kyle Hemmings, Meg Pokrass, Heather Fowler, George Moore and many more.
Over at Sententia, the lineup of the first issue has been announced and includes work from Jen Michalski, Robert Swartwood and a host of other talented writers like Elizabeth Ellen, Shya Scanlon and Mary Miller to name a few.
Issue 23 of Blueprint Review features Roland Goity and others.
Tim Jones-Yelvington has a lot of work in print just now, at Ampersand Review, in Sleepingfish and of course, PANK 4. Â Though he’s being quiet about it, you should also know that his chapbook “Evan’s House and the Other Boys who Live There,” a finalist in both Pank’s first chapbook contest and Rose Metal Press’s chapbook contest, will be published in Spring 2011 by Rose Metal as one-fifth of a multi-author volume. This volume will feature fellow finalists Mary Miller, Elizabeth Colen and John Jodzio, as well as a reprint of Sean Lovelace’s fantastic “How Some People Like Their Eggs.” Go Tim, GO!
deComp, edited by Jason Jordan has been redesigned and it’s fantastic. The February issue includes work from Roseanne Griffeth, Ethel Rohan, Amber Sparks, CL Bledsoe, Wess Mongo Jolley, Keith Kurzman and more.
Erin Fitzgerald is featured at Annalemma this week with her story, This Morning Will Be Different, which is worth reading not once or twice but three times.
Finally, a hearty congratulations to the many PANK contributors whose writing will be included in Dzanc’s 2010 Best of the Web anthology. We’re thrilled for you all.