Congratulations to Jen Michalski whose novella MAY-SEPTEMBER has been chosen as the co-winner (a first) of the Â Press 53 Open Awards Contest and will be published in October 2010 by Press 53. Her novel, THE SUMMER SHE WAS UNDER WATER, has been chosen as a finalist for the Â 2010 James Jones First Novel Fellowship. Winners will be announced in September.
In the July issue of Emprise Review, you will find Reynard Seifert. He is joined by Jennifer Spiegel, and the featured writer is Anne Valente who has not one, not two, but three stories and she is interviewed by Amber Sparks.
The massive summer issue of JMWW includes work from PANK contributors like Jensen Beach, Ryan Ridge, RA Allen, Â Andrew Borgstrom, Luca Dipierro, Lily Hoang, Sean Loveleace one two three times, Â and JA Tyler one two three times.
Myfanwy Collins has written a beautiful essay on new motherhood.
Buffalo Artvoice this week features Amber Sparks with a stunning story.
The Reassessment by John Bruce is live at vis a tergo.
At The Rumpus, Kathleen Heil writes about the last book she loved.
William Walsh is the July Writer in Residence. He kicks things off with Sleepwalking Man.
The Plagiarist, by David LaBounty appears at Metazen.
Enjoy The Music of Moving Furniture by David Peak at Dark Sky.
There’s another section of Jac Jemc’s long poem, “this disturbed evening,” up at Bone Bouquet where she is joined by Elizabeth Hildreth who offers a translation.
The Summer Issue of Per Contra includes writing from David Erlewine.
Erin Fitzgerald’s Rethink appears at LitSnack.
Jen Michalski’s Â Boy Stuff is in The New Yinzer.
Check out Sternum as 3 Â from Jason Jordan in Issue 34.1 of The 2nd Hand.
The debut issue of the Prose Poem Project includes writing from Michelle Reale.
Three poems by Melissa Broder appear at On Earth As It Is.
The year is 1562 for one Mel Bosworth.
Anne Leigh Parrish’s An Undiscovered Country, which received an honorable mention from The Writing Site’s contest, is now online.
Rusty Truck includes poetry from Eric Burke.
Are you going to be in the Bay Area on July 12? Lauren Wheeler is reading at the July Monthly Rumpus. Get tickets here. It’s only $10!
This week Annalemma features Eric McKinley’s Veils and Elephants.
Typo 14 includes poetry from Maureen Alsop.
At Dark Sky, JA Tyler is the focus of Ethel Rohan’s spotlight.