Here’s the latest from Atticus Review author alumni.
Anthony Isaac Bradley’s poem, “First Porn Star,” was published in Gargoyle issue 65.
As seen on Atticus: Text + Body
Jacqueline Doyle’s flash fiction collection “The Missing Girl” (winner of the Black River Chapbook Competition) is available for pre-order from Black Lawrence Press. Her creative nonfiction can be found in the current issues of The Gettysburg Review and Superstition Review (“Family Pictures” and “Fireflies”). Find out more about Jaqueline’s work at her website.
As seen on Atticus: Liberty is Just Around the Corner
Dewey N. Fox was a finalist in this year’s Pratt Library Poetry Contest. His work will be featured in the upcoming issue of Poet Lore, and has been published in Baltimore Style Magazine, Beltway Poetry Quarterly, The Avenue Journal, and Welter Literary Journal.
As seen on Atticus: Continuing the Séance: A Review of Having a Coke with Godzilla, by Kazumi Chin
Gwen Goodkin’s story, “Last Chance,” was published in Exposition Review’s “Surface.” Find out more about Gwen at her website.
As seen on Atticus: How to Hold It All In
Kathryn Holzman has recent short stories published by Open Thought Vortex and Crack the Spine. Her chapbook, comprised of short stories, “Migrations” is available at her website. She is currently putting the finishing touches on a novel set in Silicon Valley.
As seen on Atticus: Rock Stars
Jennifer A. Howard’s chapbook “You on Mars: Failed Sci-Fi Stories” (which includes “Stellar Evolution” first published by Atticus Review) was published by The Cupboard Pamphlet in April.
As seen on Atticus: Stellar Evolution
Jan Maher’s novel “Earth As It Is” was published by Break Away Books in January, 2017. Her stories “Fencing” and “A Real Prince” were published in Meat for Tea: The Valley Review, Volume 10/4, and a poem “In the Kitchen” was published in Meat for Tea: The Valley Review, Volume 11/2. Her book “Most Dangerous Women: Bringing History to Life Through Readers’ Theater,” 2017 Readers’ Theater Edition, came out June 19 via Dog Hollow Press and Create Space.
As seen on Atticus: Half Full
Zack O’Neill’s short story “Empathy Project” appeared in Atticus Review in December, 2015. The story is part of a collection titled “Zen Creoles,” which will be published by Spuyten-Duyvil Press in October. Find out more about Zack at his website.
As seen on Atticus: Empathy Project – Part 1
Lori Sambol Brody‘s “How I’ve Been Without You” was published at Cheap Pop and “The Girls at the Kaiulani Resort” was published at Sundog Lit. Her work was recently featured on Mr. Bear’s Violet Saloon. Find out more about Lori at her website.
As seen on Atticus: Tuberose
Andrew Sargus Klein published a review (“We Are Where We Came From”) at thINKing Dance.
As seen on Atticus: Narrative Collage: A Review of Canyons by James Belflower and Matthew Klane
Robert Savino Oventile’s latest publication is titled “Eve after Anthropocentrism: A Review of Sandy Florian’s [speak and spell].” His review explores the aesthetics and relevance to the Anthropocene of Florian’s genre-defying work and takes in John Milton’s Paradise Lost and Gerard Manly Hopkins’s “As Kingfishers Catch Fire” along the way.
As seen on Atticus: Tapping into History: A Review of Drum-Taps: The Complete 1865 Edition by Walt Whitman
Neil Serven’s “My Father, the High Line: A Fish Story” was published on Catapult and “Before the Internet, TV Guide was the Place for Smart Criticism” can be found on Electric Literature. He’s revisited the ballplayers from his Atticus Review piece in three other stories, found: here, here, and here. Found out more about Neil at his website.
As seen on Atticus: Where the Sun Don’t Shine