The FAM Newsletter: March 2018
We would say March was a busy month for the Split Lip FAM, but let's be real: y'all are amazing every month. Check out what our contributors and staff have been up to and spend some time revisiting their work in our archive:
Publications, Interview, and Reviews
Devin Kelly has two poems in EcoTheo Review: “Sonnet for the Man Lingering in the Fields” and “Sonnet for My Father Gazing at the World After His Mother Died.” His poem “Imagine this imagine that” appears in Cotton Xenomorph.
Chloe N. Clark's story “Spoken Like Tongues” appears in Moon Park Review and her poem “It’s the Horror of My Friends that We Say Mean Things About Blondes” appears in Hypertrophic Literary.
Chloe was also interviewed in Neon Pajamas.
Leesa Cross-Smith's story “Little Doves” was published by The Offing.
Todd Dillard's story “Palate of the Babel Fish” appears in Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine and the “Myth with Furry Orgy in an Abandoned Warehouse Broken Up by the Cops” is up at Jellyfish Review.
Flash fiction editor Maureen Langloss' story “Wheels and Bushings” was published by Gulf Coast.
Aba Micah Collins-Sibley published “How to Be Black in an MFA” at McSweeney’s Internet Tendency.
Awards, Honors, and News
Amy Silverberg’s The Southern Review story “Suburbia!” has been selected for Best American Short Stories 2018 by Roxane Gay
Darren C. Demaree is reading at the Ohioana Book Festival on April 14th.