The poem “Excuse My French Everybody in America” is in the current issue of Burnside Review, which also features new work by Felicia Zamora, Abraham Smith, Faith Shearin, and an interview with Graham Foust. Click here to purchase and here to subscribe.
The short story “Bird in the Hand” is in the current issue of Green Mountains Review, which also features new work by Jacob M. Appel, Susan Rich, and Giuseppe Torino. Click here for more info and to purchase the issue.
The launch party for Issue 13 of SAND is Saturday at Loophole Berlin, with readings by Kathleen Heil and Sophie Atkinson, plus music, video art, and other shenanigans. Click here for info on the party and here to purchase a copy of Issue 13, which features poetry by Gustavo Barrera Calderón in translation by Kathleen Heil, work by Molly Bess Rector, Ann Manov, and others.
The poem “Kegger in Georgi Balanchivadze’s Backyard” is in the current issue of The New Yorker, which also features poetry by Stav Poleg, dance writing by Joan Acocella, and a tribute to the late, great Prince by Vinson Cunningham. Click here to explore the issue and here to subscribe.
“Public House,” a collaborative poem written with Shrode Hargis, is in the 20th anniversary issue of Third Coast, which also features work by Dean Young, Bonnie Jo Campbell, Lia Purpura, and others. Click here for more information on Issue 40/41, and here to purchase the issue or subscribe.
Patricio Pron’s short story “A Fence” is today’s Translation Tuesday feature in The Guardian and on the Asymptote blog.
The launch party for Issue 31 of FENCE is at 192 Books in Manhattan on January 28 at 6 pm.