Here’s the latest from Atticus Review author alumni.
Dan Crawley had two fiction pieces appear in October: “Ashwagandha” in Jellyfish Review and “Mean and Ugly” in Cowboy Jamboree Magazine. He has a novella-in-flash, Straight Down the Road, forthcoming from Ad Hoc Fiction. Learn more about Dan here.
As seen on Atticus: “Gone Gone Gone”
David Crews has a new essay, “On Wilderness: Rethinking Climate Crisis,” published at The Hopper and written in fellowship with the nonprofit Northeast Wilderness Trust on the 550-acre Howland Research Forest—located just outside Edinburg, Maine, preserved as forever-wild in 2007 by the Trust, where for over twenty years ecologists from the U.S. Forest Service and the University of Maine-Orono have been accumulating ground-breaking data on carbon storage and sequestration in old-growth forests. Learn more about David here.
As seen on Atticus: “Hike to Bird, Rattlesnake Mountain”
As seen on Atticus: “Schooled”
Tom McAllister’s essay “1994” appears in Hobart, and his essay “2011” appears in The Fourth River. These pieces are part of a series of short essays you can follow here. Visit Tom’s website to learn more.
As seen on Atticus: “2013”
As seen on Atticus: “Yell Louder”
As seen on Atticus: “The Spaces Between the Stars”