The FAM Newsletter: October 2017
The Split Lip FAM was a force to be reckoned with in October! Check out what our contributors and editors have put into the world this past month, and double your enjoyment by visiting the archives for their Split Lip pieces:
Publications, Interview, and Reviews
Amorak Huey's poem “Road Trip” appears in the latest issue of The Southern Review and he has two poems in Pithead Chapel: “Having the Fisherman and His Wife to Dinner” and “A Dog Barks, Someone Eats a Watermelon, a Car Drives Away”
We were delighted to see so much of the FAM in the latest issue of (b)OINK, including:
Gayle Brandeis's essay “WHAT TIME IS IT: When a Feminist Shakes It for Morris Day” is up at Mutha Magazine.
Ashley Hutson's essay “How One of the Sickest Books Ever Written Cured Me” was published by Electric Literature.
Editor-in-Chief Kaitlyn Andrews-Rice has work in Booth 11: Women Writers.
Reader Hillary Umland's flash "Here and Then” appears in Train.
Social Media and Marketing Coordinator Becky Robison's flash “In Captivity” is up at Pithead Chapel.
Awards, Honors, and News
Poetry reader Charnell Peters’ poem "An Uncertain Map of How I Got Raced" has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize by Crab Creek Review.
Kara Vernor is guest-judging (b)OINK’s current 35mm Fiction Contest.
Kathleen Rooney’s Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk has been shortlisted for the Chicago Review of Books Award in Fiction.
Summer Mixtape Flash Fiction Contest judge Juan Martinez’s Best Worst American has been shortlisted for the Chicago Review of Books Award in Fiction.