30 September 2012
News for 140 And Counting contributors: “River,” a short story by Richard Baldasty, is in the Fall 2012 issue of Ray’s Road Review; Julie Bloss Kelsey tells me her scifaiku poem “the perfect evening” was nominated for the 2012 Dwarf Stars Award and will appear in the upcoming anthology (congratulations!); the September 2012 issue of Heron’s Nest includes work by Andrew O. Dugas and Peter Newton; Chuck Von Nordheim‘s “Kelsy Copes With Her Husband’s Choise” was in Every Day Poets this week; aaaaand, the Science Fiction Poetry Association has posted a Halloween Poetry Reading which includes work by David C. Kopaska-Merkel. (In related news, URB editor Joanne Merriam will be guest-editing the April issue of the SFPA’s Eye to the Telescope; they’ll announce my theme and guidelines in January.)
News for Apocalypse Now: Poems and Prose from the End of Days contributors: Margaret Atwood will discuss her life and work on November 28th at The Royal Society of Literature; and Seth Fried will give a reading this Friday (October 5th), 7 p.m. at The Hinge Gallery, 410 N. Newstead Ave., Suite 4W, in St. Louis.
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