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An update.

I am currently reading (and loving) Jean Thompson’s new The Year We Left Home from Simon & Schuster. I’d never read anything from her before. I saw it standing on the New Books stand at the Cambridge Public Library, and the first few lines grabbed me. Review coming soon!

Second, I have some good news. A bit of flash fiction I wrote a while back has been published in the online literary magazine, fwriction:review. I can’t thank Danny Goodman enough for nudging me a bit about submitting and for supporting and encouraging me. And what an honor to be amongst Roxane Gay, Paul Lisicky, Julie Innis, Meg Pokrass, Susan Tepper, and really all the amazing writers he’s managed to snag. So head on over and check it out.

What have you been up to lately?

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Bygones.

I’m letting bygones be bygones. AKA this week. Sorry for the lack of posting/reviews as I promised. The sun came out this week, my bike, notebook, and camera beckoned, and I answered the call.

But if you’re wanting a quick literary pick-me-up before you go enjoy the sunshine yourself this three day weekend, I can’t recommend “Fly” by Julie Innis at Fwriction:Review enough. Please, please, please do yourself a favor, and read it.

I promise you'll fall in love.

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Friday Reads: “Fact of Life” at fwriction:review

 It’s been a slow week for me as far as Short Story Month updates go. Came into the office today because I’m getting picked up from here, which meant two fewer hours of sleep than I usually get on Thursday nights. To better ease myself into the day, I decided to take a quick fiction break this morning and read “Fact of Life” by Alison Barker at fwriction : review.
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