[Roxane Gay / May 6th, 2010 / Young Bright Things ]
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, J. BRADLEY. Inquire within for your gift.
The Broadset Collective has wisely chosen to shine their spotlight on xTx.
Ethel Rohan’s The Current That Crackles is the May Hot Opener at The Potomac Review.
Tim Jones-Yelvington is featured in a really interesting interview at Orange Alert and Sarah Sweeney is interviewed at The Collagist.
Night Train 10.1 is live and includes poetry from K.M.A. Sullivan and Cami Park. K.M.A. also has work in Scythe where she is joined by Arlene Ang and Tim Tomlinson.
Brian Oliu’s Zelda Revisited is up at Conjunctions. He also has work in Beeswax Magazine.
The new issue of Negative Suck includes David Erlewine’s Fuckhead. David is also bringing his unique brevity to The Molotov Cocktail.
At Monkeybicycle, Mary Hamilton’s remarkable Diet & Exercise.
Amber Sparks, new fiction editor for The Emprise Review, debuts her first issue with writing from Lauren Becker, David Erlewine, David Peak, Steve Himmer and Garrett Socol.
Necessary Fiction features Heather Fowler and her story Three Views You Might Have Taken At Pond’s Edge… Or Quack.
We have a new issue of DIAGRAM to enjoy, a summer mixtape they say and tracks include Matthew Kirkpatrick, Kuzhali Manickavel, Leah Bailly and much much more. Kuzhali also has work in Versal 8 which you can order here.
The Orange Alert podcast includes Jason Jordan this week. Listen to him and other fine writers reading their words.
At The 2nd Hand, Jamie Iredell’s After Detox.
Enjoy a 100 word story at amphibi.us from Ani Smith.
The May May May issue of decomP includes writing from Tia Prouhet, Roland Goity, and J. Bradley.
Corey Mesler has two poems up at Pig in a Poke. He also has an e-chapbook recently released by Silkworks Ink.
Matthew James Babcock has a short short story up at Staccato Fiction.
Artistically Declined Press has released another ebook, Failing This, by Alec Niedenthal.
Some poems Brandi Wells did not write. You can also enjoy J. Bradley’s Gurgle at New Wave Vomit.
Relax with the one, the only, THE Mel Bosworth as he is interviewed by Sheldon Compton about his work, past and present, and mellow nature.
Jamie Iredell’s The Enormous Bicycle appears at the BAP Quarterly. He is joined by George Moore and others.
The Dynamic Duo, Kathleen Rooney and Elisa Gabbert have a poem in InDigest. Kathleen also has a poem of a (somewhat) epistolary nature at Linebreak.
At Referential Magazine, Johnsie Noel’s The Judas Horse.
The extras for Hobart 11 are live and you will find an Appendix from Steve Himmer, an alternate ending by Paula Bomer, a couple things involving Gabe Durham, Â another Gymnopedie from Scott Garson and much much more.
If you’d like a little visual, enjoy Mel Bosworth reading Ryan Bradley at Dark Sky Magazine.
At Camroc Press Review, Sean Lovelace informs.
Folded Word’s next entry in their Signature Series will be Eric Beeny’s Snowing Fireflies.
This week, Metazen includes a story from Chris Tarry. Don’t tarry, read it now. You can also read some Ryan Bradley at Metazen coupled with an interview.
May elimae blooms with writing from Kirsty Logan, Michelle Reale, Eric Beeny, and others.
Inside Issue 32 of Right Hand Pointing you will find Eric Burke, Geordie deBoer, Ryan Ridge, and Kenneth Gurney.
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