Here’s the latest from Atticus Review author alumni.
Kate Finegan‘s found poem “MaidenWifeMother Maiden” was published in Minola Review. Tommy Dean interviewed her about her chapbook, The Size of Texas, for The Puritan’s Town Crier. Her dystopian short story “A Mosaic in the Making” was published in Prism. She audited the Minnesota Northwoods Writers Conference in Bemidji in June and loved every minute. She is looking for an agent for her historical literary novel and is writing a short story collection. Learn more about Kate here.
As seen on Atticus: “All You Wanted Was the Ocean”
Sandra Marchetti guest edited Issue 18 of Sugar House Review, which included work from Brian Simoneau and Flower Conroy. Her map essay appeared in Hobart’s annual baseball issue—her fourth consecutive appearance in their yearly tribute to the game. Sandra’s baseball poems also appeared in Blackbird 17.2 and at Baseball Prospectus. She was accepted for two fully funded writing residencies, one at The Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts and Sciences in the summer of 2019 and the other at Write On, Door County for the summer of 2020. Read Sandra’s poems here and here, and learn more about her here.
As seen on Atticus: “Mother”
Lindsey Novak has recent poems featured in Puerto del Sol. You can read them here.
As seen on Atticus: “Sapiosexual: A Dervish Essay”