Let’s kick this week off with a fine story from Shannon Peil at vis a tergo. Are you guys reading vis a tergo? It’s an interesting little magazine we would love to see more people reading. Shannon is the editor of amphibi.us which features a poem from Donal Mahoney. The circle of life.
PANK is being hosted by Artifice Magazine for a reading on October 1, at 7 pm, Book Cellar, Chicago, and something shocking is going to happen–both M. Bartley Seigel and I are reading.
Bull: Fiction for Thinking Men needs some staff to help with submissions, social networking, etc.. Details here. Think about lending them a hand. Working for a magazine is an invaluable experience and Bull is a really fine magazine. Â Speaking of fine work, have you read the stories currently up there by Jensen Beach and Mel Bosworth?
In fancy, fancy time, Kathleen Rooney has an Â article in Air Tran magazine and she name checks Tim Jones-Yelvington, the guest editor of our October issue.
Acapella Zoo 5 includes writing from Jason Jordan, Kristine Ong Muslim, Tania Hershman, Toshiya Kamei, Mike Meginnis and others.
Over at We Who Are About to Die, Ani Smith gives us a nice Â little review.
Deer, by CL Bledsoe is up this week at Staccato Fiction.
There are Â words from JA Tyler in Radioactive Moat
In the September issue of Hobart, you will find a Â great story from Nick Kocz.
Micah Dean Hicks tells us Â How This Works in Tryst Magazine.
Solo Flight, by Sheldon Lee Compton is Â featured at Metazen.
I love Canteen and the Â latest issue has an essay from Lincoln Michel.
Congratulations to Sarah Hilary who has made the Â short list in the Sean O’Faolain Prize.
There’s a new issue of Sink Review with poetry from Elisa Gabbert and others.
Clutter, by David LaBounty is featured at The Criterion.
At Everyday Fiction, Powerball by Eric McKinley.
The second August issue of Foundling Review includes a poem from Kirsty Logan.
This week’s Annalemma features Eternal Love by Mark Budman.