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Richard Moore Published in Wilderness House Literary Review

Richard Moore’s latest essay, “Homeward Bound,” has been published in Wilderness House Literary Review. The piece explores complex familial relationships and their effects on the narrator’s way of seeing. Moore and I developed this piece in late 2011. Well done, Richard!

Richard Moore's "Ernest and Me" Published in Write This

Richard Moore comes out swinging in 2012 with a new essay published in Write This. The piece, titled “Ernest and Me,” investigates the narrator’s relationships to family and writing through the lens of his lifelong fascination with Ernest Hemingway. Moore and I developed this piece in July 2011. Congratulations, Richard!

Nine-Tail Fox by Camille Picott

In 2011 I had the pleasure of working once again with Camille Picott, author of Raggedy Chan and the recently released Nine-Tail Fox. Both middle-grade children’s books, released through Picott’s Pixiu Press, belong to the Chinese Heritage Tale Series she is creating to make more ethnically diverse speculative fiction available for young people. »

Earth Cell by Charles Brass

Congratulations to Charles Brass, whose latest science fiction novel, Earth Cell, is now available in the Kindle Store and through ClearView Press. Brass and I worked on this manuscript in September of 2011. A great choice for anyone who enjoys reading about sorcery, interplanetary travel, telepathic weapons, and political conflict on an intergalactic scale. Bravo, Charles!

Call for Submissions to Drunken Boat's The Body Silent Portfolio

Drunken Boat: Online Journal of Art and Literature seeks nonfiction on illness and the body, works that put into words that which cannot be named. In the tradition of “HIV, Mon Amour” by Tory Dent and “The Two Kinds of Decay” by Sarah Manguso, we’re seeking works that articulate the varied experiences of the body. New deadline: December 31, 2011. Submit online through the submissions manager.

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