April 3, 2018
Becky Robison and Amy Rossi
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:
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Publications, Interview, and Reviews
Darren C. Demaree's “Poem for Katie, Queen of Ohio #58” appears Gingerbread House.
Erin Dorney has two poems in Yes Poetry: “You Press Play on Your Life and People Walk Out of It” and “Do You Want Me to Do It? Do You Want Me to Do It?” :
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.
Erin Calabria published two pieces, “Ten Sentences” and “Wels,” at Burning House Press.
Yael van der Wouden's story “Tfu, Tfu, Tfu” appears in Cotton Xenomorph. A story she published in CHEAP POP, “I Don’t Know What to Tell You,” was translated into Italian and published in Tuffi.
Hannah Craig was interviewed in Carve—her poem “Fable for a New World Order” will appear in their Spring print issue. Her piece “How to Cry and Understand Difficult Art” is up at Occulum.
Nicholas Rys interviews Elle Nash in Fanzine.
Ilana Masad's essay “How ‘The Bachelor’ Franchise Celebrates Polyamory” was published by Playboy.
Ruth LeFaive published two micros, “We Were Taught to Serve God and Country” and “This is Happening, This Will Happen,” in The Offing.
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.
Monet Thomas interviews Leesa Cross-Smith in The Rumpus.
Leesa Cross-Smith's story “Little Doves” was published by The Offing.
Brett Stuckel's “The Way” appears in Shrew.
Kara Vernor's craft essay “I Don’t Know About You But” was published in Bending Genres.
Robert James Russell's poem “True Indigo” is up at Cotton Xenomorph and his comic “Weird West” is up at Hobart.
Cathy Ulrich published two stories recently: “There’s No One Here Who Sounds Like You” in Monkeybicycle and “A Place You Can See the Stars” in Easy Street.
Michele Finn Johnson's story “Santo Spirito, 1577” appears in FlashBack Fiction.
Mike Nagel published two pieces recently: “What Doesn’t Kill Us” in The Spectacle and “The Blue” in Pithead Chapel
Flash fiction reader Lori Sambol Brody's flash “The Sky is Just Another Neighborhood” was published in SmokeLong Quarterly
Kathryn McMahon published two stories recently: “Flare” in Syntax and Salt and “It Will Show You the Universe” Hypertrophic Literary.
Sally Burnette's poem “The Rouge Dream” appears in Bad Pony.
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.
Sara Lippmann's story “The Feeling You Want” is up at Atticus Review.
K.C. Mead-Brewer's story “It’s Shaped Like a Grin, They Say” was published by Cheap Pop.
Jill Talbot's story “Railroad Blues” is up at Little Fiction and her essay “On October” was published by Pithead Chapel.
Brandon Taylor's essay “The Power of Personal Style in ‘Phantom Thread’” appears in The New Yorker.
Jessica Bonder's story “Peace Dove Comes Round” is up at Bull.
Tommy Dean published two stories recently: “Always the Alpha” at Bull and “A Small Act of Contrition” at The MacGuffin.
Kristine Langley Mahler's erasure essay “You Entertain Rest” was published by The Museum of Americana.
Joshua Shaw's story “Trixie’s All-Stars” appears in Pithead Chapel.
Liz Howard's piece “On an Unfertilized Ovum” was published in Hypertrophic Literary.
James Yates's story “Chinatown” was published in Hypertrophic Literary.
Georgia Bellas' “His mouth is still warm” appears in Occulum.
Awards, Honors, and News
Ingrid Jendrzejewski is judging TSS Publishing’s 2018 Flash Fiction 400 competition.
Cathy Ulrich and Alina Stefanescu are on the new masthead of Pidgeonholes.
Diannely Antigua has been accepted as a 2018 CantoMundo Fellow.
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.
Matthew Robinson’s debut novel The Horse Latitudes has recently been named a finalist for the Ken Kesey Award for Fiction in this year’s Oregon Book Awards.
Meghan Phillips is teaching a flash fiction workshop at The Triangle in Lancaster, PA this May.
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