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Flannery O’Connor Award winner Karin Lin-Greenberg on the role of patience in publishing


Karin Lin-Greenberg has made a splash on the literary scene with her debut story collection, Faulty Predictions. As one of two winners of the 2014 Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction (along with… 2,666 more words

Book Reviews

A Stealth "Won't You Read-A-Lit-Journal?" Project

Over the years I’ve bought hundreds of literary journals. I try to read a couple every week. I’m always on the lookout for good stories, and for new ideas about how short stories can work. 390 more words


Rejection or Acceptance - Which Is Better?

From around the global mesh blanket, er rather, the world wide interweb, a couple of notable items:

First, via the tactful and pragmatic editors at… 197 more words

Conversation with The Adroit Journal

Just had a wonderful conversation with the lovely folks over at The Adroit Journal about poetry, education, mental illness, and how these things intersect!



What I'm Reading: An Ending Is a Blunt Object by Samantha Deal

Spending time today with this long poem posted at Word Riot, falling in love with its language and imagery and the deep, resonant familiarity of it. 107 more words


Friday Call for Submissions Love! Kentucky Review: Good Words & Charity

Friday Call for Submissions Love!

Kentucky Review


“All profits of Kentucky Review, including sales of magazine issues and personal donations, are given to charity: Action Against Hunger: … 380 more words


Monetizing Short Story Writing

When I attended the Southampton Writers Conference in 2009, I wrote a short story that sparked the idea for multiple interconnected stories. I have worked on the collection intermittently over the last five years and happy that the first draft of the entire collection is finished. 427 more words