Good going to Foust, whose story “Box” is up at Emprise Review. I’ve always appreciated Foust’s talent for accomplishing in a few paragraphs what I struggle to do with reams of very messy paper. This story is no exception. Take a minute to go and check it out.
Hearty congratulations go out to Anne Hart Preus, whose new book, Stories from the Hart, has just released and is now available at Barnes and Noble.com and Amazon.com. It’s a funny and thoughtful collection of stories about growing up in Mississippi during the fifties and sixties, and it has a bit of everything: an Elvis
Writer and Spalding pal Vanessa Gonzales is launching a new website featuring her writing, artwork, and, better yet, musings on life, the universe, and everything. Do yourself a favor and slide on by to take a look! Linkie here.
For all you flash fiction writers out there, NPR has announced its latest round of Three-Minute Fiction–Round 6: Laughing and Crying. The story must be six-hundred words or fewer, one of its characters must tell a joke, and one must cry. Sounds intriguing. Details here.
Our friend Karen George’s poetry chapbook, Into the Heartland, is available from Finishing Line Press for pre-publication sales now until March 2nd. I had the pleasure of studying with Karen in the Spalding University MFA program, and I count her among one of the most generous and authentic writers I’ve ever met. She’s also a
An article of mine is up over at Yahoo! Associated Content: “And You Heard That Where, Exactly?” If you get the chance, take a look! Link here.
A new article of mine on The Empire Strikes Back has just gone up over at Yahoo! Movies. If you get the chance, take a look! Link here.
Wanted to let everyone know that I have an article featured over at Associated Content. It’s an article on Richard Russo’s novel Nobody’s Fool, and it originally ran here about a year ago. If you get a chance, please head over and check it out. Link here.