Lydia Ship’s Firefly Lungs is up at Staccato Fiction.
There are a couple debuts to note. Predicate Magazine features the work of xTx and Mel Bosworth and looks to be a cerebral, interesting magazine. Lauren Becker’s Corium also went live this week and well, almost all the contributors have also been in PANK so forgive us for not linking individually. Still, enjoy work from Donna Vitucci, Sean Lovelace, Alec Niedenthal, Adam Moorad, Scott Garson, Andrea Kneeland, Kathy Fish, Ryan Ridge, Beth Thomas, Laura Ellen Scott, Eric Beeny, Corey Mesler and Cami Park. Get started here.
Monkeybicyle brings David Peak’s Somewhere There’s a Dark Hallway of Faces.
Catherine Zickgraf has a poem at The Fertile Source.
Orange Alert’s new podcast series is really interesting and this week, listen to Lauren Becker read A Simple Explanation.
Congratulations to Sarah Hilary for winning the SENSE Creative Award for her short story A Shanty for Sawdust and Cotton, which originally appeared in Lit N Image.
I. Fontana writes a guest post on publicity, connections and publishing at HTMLGIANT.
The editors of Third Coast take the time to review the magnificent work of Erin Fitzgerald. So glad to see others recognizing her immense talent
Kyle Hemmings shares Amazing Animal Facts at Everyday Genius.
Mel Bosworth keeps it short and sweet in the new issue of Short, Fast & Deadly.
Night Train is a magazine I always enjoy and in their Firebox Fiction feature, there’s new work from Brad Green, with his story Interference.
At the Camroc Press Review, Sheldon Lee Compton’s The Stars Are a BirthMark For Me.
William Walsh’s Pathologies is available for pre-order at Keyhole.
McSweeney’s Internet Tendency has Jimmy Chen’s Missing Lunch at Wikipedia.