Here’s the latest from Atticus Review author alumni.

Genia Blum received her second Pushcart Prize nomination from the Board of Contributing Editors, and had three more of her CNF pieces published online: “Ten Questions I Asked After Seeing Marathon Man at the Movies” in Bending Genres, “Slaves of Dance” in Under the Sun, and “Memento” in Sonora Review.

As seen on Atticus: “Winter Rituals

Alice Kaltman‘s book WAVEHOUSE, due out June 15th from Fitzroy Books, was spotlighted in The School Library Journal in a special article about books featuring strong female athletes. They say: “YA sports fiction is hard to find—especially books that feature nuanced ­female characters. From the brutal world of professional tennis to the peaceful artistry of surfing, the high-action environments featured in these titles will engage any athlete. Plus, the protagonists also deal with typical coming-of-age themes that will resonate with all teens.” Preorder WAVEHOUSE here, at your local bookstore, or on one of those bigger, slightly evil places that shall not be named. Read more about Alice at her website.

As seen on Atticus: “Staggerwing

Bleriana Myftiu

Bleriana Myftiu‘s short story “The Ouroboros” was published in The Molotov Cocktail, and her short story “Home” can be found in Abstract Magazine.

As seen on Atticus: “Gravitational Punishment

Gary Powell

Gary Powell’s short story “Sparkle” appears in the Spring 2018 Reedy Branch Review. His flash piece “Shave Head and Baldwin” appears this spring online at Foliate Oak, and another flash, “Waupun,” can be found on Jellyfish Review.

As seen on Atticus: “Feasts of the Heart

Elliott Turner

Elliott Turner‘s short story, “The Sicario’s Daughter,” was published at Transect Mag, and another short story, “The Visitor,” was published at Vol. 1 Brooklyn. You can find Elliott’s reported feature on soccer stadiums on The Guardian.

As seen on Atticus: “Smiling Through Clenched Teeth