Atticus Author News – March, 2019


Here’s the latest from Atticus Review author alumni.

George Drew has three poems in an anthology just out from Madville Publishing; poems upcoming in Atticus Review, Turtle Island Quarterly, Concho River Review, The New Guard, Schuykill Valley Journal and Main Street Rag; and a short story upcoming in Valley Voices. George is one of the runners up for the Robert Frost Foundation annual poetry prize. Look for his new book, Drumming Armageddon, in Fall 2020 from Madville Publishing, and catch him reading in the fall at SUNY Plattsburgh.

As seen on Atticus: “Schooled

Toshiya Kamei Anthology
Toshiya Kamei edited a bilingual anthology of contemporary women poets writing in Spanish.

As seen on Atticus: “The Cave

Ben Slotky
Ben Slotky’s novel, An Evening of Romantic Lovemaking, will be published by Dalkey Archive in 2021.

As seen on Atticus: “Two Stories by Ben Slotky

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Jan Stinchcomb has recently had stories published in FlashBack Fiction, The Disappointed Housewife, Spry, Longleaf Review, and jmww. Her chapbook, THE BLOOD TRAIL, was published in February. Follow her @janstinchcomb.

As seen on Atticus: “Nurture


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