The Fam Roundup: July 2019
August 5, 2019
Just One Thing with Alex Simand
July 12, 2019
"With an open mind": an interview with Katherine Joyce
July 10, 2019
Tarantula: A Guest Post from Amy Stuber
March 21, 2019
From the Writing Desk of: Chloe N. Clark
March 5, 2019
Announcing Split Lip's Best New Poets nominees!
March 22, 2019
October 2, 2017
September was a fantastic month for reading work from the Split Lip FAM. Check out what our contributors and editors have done this past month, and double your enjoyment by visiting the archives for their Split Lip pieces:
Publications, Interviews, and Reviews
Chloe N. Clark has a new poem, “A Reward for You and the Ones I Don’t Think You Need,” in Occulum.
Devin Kelly's poem “This, a Gospel” appears in America: The Jesuit Review:
Kathleen Rooney is interviewed about her new project Rene Magritte: Selected Writings in Hyperallergic.
Meghan Phillips’ “Potential Energy is Stored for the Future” has won (b)OINK’s 2017 Postcard Poetry Contest. She is also featured on Episode 5 of Fear No Lit’s “Show Your Work” podcast.
Kristine Langley Mahler published two essays: “I Will Not Die For You” in The Rumpus and an erasure piece in issue 6.2 of Storm Cellar.
Melissa Goode had a busy September, with “Butterscotch” appearing in Reflex Fiction, “Their Wings Outstretched and Wide” in Literary Orphans, “Michael Stipe Knows Everything” in WhiskeyPaper, and “The Body of a Man” in Lost Balloon.
Cathy Ulrich's “What a Headless Boy Would See” appears at jmww and “Maybe in the Clouds, Maybe in the Stars” appears in Hypertrophic Literary.
Flash reader Lori Sambol Brody's story “The Girls at the Kaiulani Resort” also appears in Hypertrophic Literary.
Alina Stefanescu has two poems, “Marital Milestone" and “At the Buddhist Poetry Reading," and a story, “Thirty Minutes, ” in Issue 18 of Flock.
Poetry reader Bob Sykora has a poem, “Fixer Upper,” in The Shallow Ends.
Woody Evans' piece “Widdershins with the Confederate Dead” appears at The Dentonite.
Kaj Tanaka's story “Live Stream” is up at 3:AM Magazine, and his story "Left Behind" appears at FLAPPERHOUSE.
We were thrilled to see so much of the FAM in the new issue of Third Point Press, including:
Julian K. Jarboe's story “The Marks of Aegis”
Todd Dillard's poems “Fat Boy” & “Why Would You Want a Dried Hand?”
Beth Gilstrap & Jim Warner's collaborations “Dischord No. 15,” “Dischord No. 60,” & “Revelation 073”
Amorak Huey's poem “Prayer for What I Do Not Want”
The FAM was also well-represented in the latest issue of (b)OINK zine, including:
Devin Kelly's poem “After Leaving the Funeral of My Friend’s Father, I Don’t Know How to Deal With the Sound of Us Crying”
Doug Paul Case's essay “Architecture”
Melissa Wiley's essay “Chicken Woman”
Timston Johnston's story “for daws to peck”
And the FAM makes a strong showing in the September issue of Glass: A Journal of Poetry, including:
Chloe N. Clark's poem “These Dreams Your Children Grow”
Amorak Huey's review of Donna Vorreyer’s The Girl in
Michael Schmeltzer's poem “Unmade Sheets Like the Mess of This Universe”
Chance Dibben's poem “Invasive Species”
Kathryn McMahon's story “Twelve Things Only the Mosquitos Know” appears in Cease, Cows.
Mike Nagel's piece “Object Permanence” is in the latest issue of DIAGRAM.
Awards, Honors, and News
Diannely Antigua’s “Ugly Music” has won YesYes Books’ 2017 Pamet River Prize.
Tyler Barton’s “K” has been nominated for Best of the Net by Waxwing Magazine.
Meghan Phillips’ “Mayflies” has been nominated for both Pushcart and Best of the Net by Cheap Pop.
Gayle Brandeis has been named Antioch University Los Angeles’ 2017 Distinguished Alumna of the Year.
Third Point Press nominated managing editor Amy Rossi's "The Calliope Crashed" and flash fiction reader Lori Sambol Brody's "Butterfly" for Best of the Net.
Do you have news to send us? Check out the "Notes from the FAM" section of our Submittable page and let us know what you're up to.
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