Here’s the latest from Atticus Review author alumni.
Grace Campbell, who won third prize in our Flash CNF Contest in 2018, has new work out at Joyland and an essay up on Brevity’s blog. Her flash piece, Flounder, has been selected to appear in the 2019 Best Small Fictions anthology.
As seen on Atticus: “Gloria”
Toshiya Kamei translated Mexican writer Carlos Bortoni’s short story collection South Exit. Born in Mexico City in 1979, Carlos Bortoni belongs to the so-called “Generación Inexistent.”
As seen on Atticus: “The Cave”
Robert Savino Oventile’s latest publication is an essay titled “Sueño” forthcoming in An Ecotopian Lexicon (edited by Matthew Schneider-Mayerson and Brent Ryan Bellamy, and with a forward by Kim Stanley Robinson). The essay explores resonances of the Spanish word “sueño” to suggest ways to dream in the Anthropocene.
As seen on Atticus: “Tapping into History: A Review of Drum-Taps: The Complete 1865 Edition by Walt Whitman”