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The Missouri Review

This fall, I submitted a short story to the Missouri Review’s Editor’s Prize. I didn’t win. But, luckily, the contest submission also came with a year-long subscription to the literary journal (the fee for the contest was $20). 832 more words

Molly Montgomery

Meto-News Addendum

Isn’t that always the way? Post news, get news.

So, three things:

1. Recently, I enjoyed the opportunity to interview a wonderful writer (and all around friendly person), Julia Strayer, for… 239 more words


Verse Daily

I just discovered that my poem in Devil’s Lake, “Camp Prodigal Sun,” was a Weekly Web Feature @ Verse Daily! What a delightful surprise! 9 more words


Celebrating Jane Austen's Birthday ~ December 16, 1775

You have doubtless been for some time in expectation of hearing from Hampshire, and perhaps wondered a little we were in our old age grown such bad reckoners but so it was, for Cassy certainly expected to have been brought to bed a month ago:  however last nightthe time came, and without a great deal of warning, everything was soon happily over. 

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Jane Austen

Citrus and Aloe

If you’re a writer looking for literary journal profiles and submission guidelines, take a peek at my other blog, Citrus and Aloe, where you will find many literary journals’ submissions guidelines collected in a convenient magazine format. 10 more words


Book Reviews

It has a few months since I last posted. But in that time my debut collection of short stories–When You Find Us We Will Be Gone… 164 more words


In Media Res: Lessons from a next step writer

The thing about advice you get from writers is just how much it doesn’t focus on the middle part of the writing life. The middle part being, of course, the struggle. 1,170 more words