Atticus Author News – September, 2018

Jason Arment
Jason Arment’s memoir Musalaheen is now available from University of Hell press. “Between the West Bank and the Sea” originally appeared on Atticus Review.

As seen on Atticus: “Between the West Bank and the Sea”

Krys Malcolm Belc
Krys Malcolm Belc was named the winner of Pigeon Pages’ 2018 Flash Contest, judged by Alexander Chee. Read “The Natural Mother of the Child” here, and learn more about Krys here.

As seen on Atticus: “On a Day So Searingly Hot My Mother Goes Swimming, My Father Does Not Invite Me to a Tom Petty Concert”

Jeff Ewing
Jeff Ewing‘s short story collection, “The Middle Ground,” will be published in February, 2019 by Into the Void Press. The collection includes the flash story “Lake Mary Jane,” which was awarded second place in Atticus Review’s Flash Fiction Contest and nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Read more about Jeff here.

As seen on Atticus: “Lake Mary Jane”

Joe Johnston
Joe Johnston‘s play ‘It’s Too Nice a Day for All That’ will receive its world premiere at the Tipping Point Theatre in Northville, Michigan on October 19th and 20th as part of their Sandbox Play Festival. It is a surrealistic look at the end of a long term relationship played out over a game of horseshoes. The play will be directed by Patrick Loos and produced by James R. Kuhl. Find ticket info here.

As seen on Atticus: “In That Water”

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