This is our last week of posts before our annual Summer break, which starts this year on Monday, June 28. During the summer break, submissions will remain open — but don’t expect an answer until the Fall. As well, the critique service remains open, but again there might be some fulfillment delays. We’ll be back on Tuesday, September 7 with a new post and newsletter.
Contributor News & Summer Events
Larry Brown will be teaching, via Zoom, a six-week writing class, The Kitchen Sink Too, July 8-August 12/21. Each week you will be writing something different, including short stories, monologues, novels and hybrids. www.glenhyrst.ca
Jennifer Jenkins‘ novel, American Bourbon (read an excerpt here), was published by Northampton House Press on June 1.
IG & FB @americanbourbonthebook
Florida Poet Pat Raia has begun work on her third poetry chap book. In Cahoots, will focus on human relationships with men and women, with family, with ourselves and with God. Raia is also the author of Basic Italian and Unvarnished Truths.
Mitchell Toews’ short fiction “Fetch” was recently named as a finalist in The Writers’ Union of Canada’s annual, national short prose competition for emerging writers.
Nancy Christie’s latest book, Peripheral Visions and Other Stories, is a Bronze award winner in the 2020 Foreword INDIES competition and a finalist in the 2021 Eric Hoffer Award Competition.