Here’s the latest from Atticus Review author alumni.

Roy Bentley has been named a finalist for the 2018 Miller Williams Poetry Prize and the University of Arkansas Press is publishing his next book.

As seen on Atticus: “White Firebird

Timothy Brearton says: “Since publishing ‘Professor Jonas Comes to Visit’ in the Atticus Review, I stopped writing weird stuff. I went more ‘commercial’ and got a crime thriller published by a UK publisher… then we published about seven more. I made a move to a new publisher, and continue to work in crime fiction, though, I gotta say, I really miss writing weird stuff.” Find out more here.

As seen on Atticus: “Professor Jonas Comes to Visit

Amalia Gladhart’s short story, “Give that Girl a Wilson Cigar!,” appears in Saranac Review 13 (Fall 2017). Her novella, “Weeks Without Rain,” is now available as an e-book from The Fantasist. Another story, “Play Me that Stardust of Bitter Goodbyes,” appears in Parcel (Winter 2017): 44-56. Find out more about Amalia here.

As seen on Atticus: “Graduation

Melissa Goode had her flash fiction Michael Stipe knows everything published in WhiskeyPaper in September 2017, Our ribs hold our lungs in Blue Fifth Review, August 2017; Elvis and Bowie sang tonight in (b)OINK, August 2017; Their wings outstretched and wide in Literary Orphans, July 2017, and All of us are in pieces in SmokeLong Quarterly, July 2017. Find out more about her here.

As seen on Atticus: “I know”

John Gredler will be participating in a reading with on Sunday Oct. 8th (2pm) at the Pelham Art Center in Pelham, New York; and on Oct. 22 (3pm) at the New Rochelle Public Library, Ossie Davis Theater.

As seen on Atticus: “Sing For The Moment

Zack O’Neill’s short story collection (“Zen Creoles”) will be published by Spuyten-Duyvil Press on October 1, 2017. It includes the story “Empathy Project,” which appeared in Atticus Review in December, 2015. Find out more about Zack here.

As seen on Atticus: “Empathy Project – Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

Lana Spendl’s poem, “On the Balcony,” appeared in the new issue of Cider Press Review. In September, her flash fiction piece, “Shifted,” appeared in the new issue of Front Porch and her flash nonfiction piece, “Sarajevo on the Phone,” appeared in Storm Cellar. This fall, her fiction and poetry are forthcoming from: Zone 3, Bayou Magazine, and Barely South Review.

As seen on Atticus: “Down into Sarajevo