“But Grant innovates within genre and gender roles. Think of it as noir fiction hitting the West Coast in 1940, idling in a cul-de-sac for a few decades; then Grant hops into the driver’s seat with some Hispanic heroes and villains as passengers for a fresh spin around the block. “Read more "New Review | Mexicali Blues by Joseph Grant"
“Big Tee’s hushed voice said hold, son. Give me a moment here and I’ll take your hand.”Read more "New Fiction: Arise | Sick Lit Magazine"
Nominee: Best Small Fictions 2017 | “From a distance, upfurlers shimmered like a murmuration, gently hovered there, like some air current snapped a soft blanket below their soft forms; their tears plocked down, but wore away to nothing before anyone could know.”Read more "FINALIST: Best Small Fictions 2017 | “Upfurler” | Pure Slush FIVE Anthology"
Orginally posted at Visual Verse | “…overestimate; borrow, beg, barter, pose: regionalize.”Read more "New Fiction: Monsanto Ted Talk Plan | Visual Verse"
Of all the poetry by all the poets one has choice to read, I recommend Moeggenberg. I’m no constituent or advocate of hers, any more than I am of A.M. Homes or Julie Orringer. But I like them just the same.Read more "Chapbook Review: To Waltz on a Pin"
Originally posted by Tahoma Literary Review | Kerr said of her new writing community, “What I appreciate most is the knowledge. This is not Writing 101; it’s a well-read, highly educated group of passionate writers.”Read more "Non-Fiction | Forming a writing squad: How can DIY & low-residency MFAs build writing communities?"
Originally published by American Society of Newspaper Editors via Kent State University | “Maybe I read once that he had a space in downtown New York, but he wasn’t a promoter. And then you have Giancarlo, who is a giant in the stone carving industry, but he is also a businessman.”
– Cameron Gray, an LA artist on the brink of over saturationRead more "Non-Fiction: Hidden Design: Considering Sculpture by Smithson and Calicchia"