Atticus Author News – April, 2019


Here’s the latest from Atticus Review author alumni.

Katie Burgess
Katie Burgess’s chapbook, Wind on the Moon—Sundress Publications’ 2018 Chapbook Competition winning title—is available to download.

As seen on Atticus: “If You Lived Here

Steve Chang
Steve Chang has recently had linked stories published in Jellyfish Review and The Southampton Review. He has work forthcoming in Epiphany and North American Review.

As seen on Atticus: “Toshi

Susan Rukeyser
Susan Rukeyser’s most recent fiction publications include: “I Was a Pink Bath Bomb” in Mojave He[art]Review and “From The Angels to Snakes”—performed with a full cast and original music on the Simultaneous Times podcast. She recently started a queer, feminist, monthly open mic in Joshua Tree, CA. She just published a piece she wrote for that, “What’s Your Problem with Joe Biden?” at The Weeklings. Find out more about Susan here.

As seen on Atticus: “Invasive Species

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