The end of the semester was jam packed with grading, writing, and traveling, so this update on publications and the like is long overdue.
First, I’m very pleased that my story “A Guest of the Program” will be in the new print issue of Blue Lyra Review. The issue’s coming out in time for AWP, so if you’re making the journey to Seattle, keep an eye out for it.
In November, I had a short craft piece, “Burn It Down” up at Passages North, as part of their Writers on Writing series.
My review of Delaney Nolan’s wonderful chapbook, Shotgun Style, was published over at As It Ought to Be, as part of their At the Margins review series.
My review of the new issue of ABZ: A Poetry Magazine is up at The Review Review.
In December, I spoke at the Mississippi Reading Association convention in Vicksburg. While I was there, I got to spend a few minutes at Lorelei Books, a wonderful independent bookstore. If you’re in the Vicksburg area, check them out.