Here’s the latest from Atticus Review author alumni.

Emily Brisse

Emily Brisse, a recent recipient of a Minnesota Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant, has placed her essay “This is My Oldest Story” with Creative Nonfiction’s True Story. The essay will be published in December. Find out more about Emily here.

As seen on Atticus: “Silence for the Sake of Peace: On Politics, Huck Finn, and Lies We Tell Ourselves

Jad Josey

Jad Josey’s long short story, “Between Us, This,” was just published in Palooka Magazine. Jad also has work forthcoming in Glimmer Train, Lost Balloon, Jellyfish Review, and Pithead Chapel. Find out more about Jad here.

As seen on Atticus: “That Water Lives So Far

Ruth LeFaive

Ruth LeFaive‘s flash story “Clean Girls,” a Best Small Fictions nominee, was published in Split Lip Magazine’s November 2017 issue. Find out more about Ruth here.

As seen on Atticus: “You Got This

Lori Sambol Brody

Lori Sambol Brody published two pieces in October: “The Whole World Is Desert” in The Rumpus (a Longform fiction pick of the week) and “The World’s More Full of Weeping” in Lost Balloon. Both “The World’s More Full of Weeping” and “I Want to Believe the Truth Is Out There” from Jellyfish Review were nominated for Best Small Fictions. Learn more about Lori here.

As seen on Atticus: “Tuberose

Jose Sotolongo

Jose Sotolongo’s story, “Intrusions,” was recently published by Bloody Key Society, an ezine based in Montreal.

As seen on Atticus: “The Underwear Hat