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Check out Jacob Singer‘s review of Angela Woodward‘s Natural Wonders (FC2) at Electric Literature!

An excerpt:
“Her sentences direct the reader to both see and perceive the world in a specific ways, each word pointing and painting, each phrase indicating and illuminating. 51 more words

Short Story Awards

photo: Jane Eaton Hamilton, unknown date

This is a cause near and dear to my heart; I know if I were endowing an award, it would be for short fiction. 13 more words

Articles By Others

How They Disappeared: A Reading List

Disappearance takes many forms. It can be self-imposed (going off the grid), a medical metaphor (dementia, amnesia or Alzheimer’s) or an act of violence (kidnapping, murder, conspiracy). 342 more words


Link Party: 2/22-2/26

If you’re into DIYing, I just started a cool new gig as an eHow contributor! You can read my articles here.

Here’s what I read this week: 250 more words


The Best Literary Links I’ve Come Across This Week (Round 2)

It’s time for another list of literary links, carefully curated by yours truly.

(May you never see the rest of my browser history.)


Okey-Panky Is Open for Submissions this February

Okey-Panky–our weekly online magazine of short, darkly comic, ironic, and experimental fiction, essay, poetry, and graphic narrative–is open for submissions! The word limit is 1500, and there is no submission fee. 29 more words

Literary News

Tom Williams' 'Among the Wild Mulattos' for Electric Literature

It is always a pleasure to write for Electric Literature. This collection of short stories from Kentucky-based writer Tom Williams predominantly addresses issues of biracial identity that are highly contemporary, and was a very interesting and informative read. 6 more words