Contributor Update: Adrian C. Louis

Adrian C. LouisIt is with a heavy heart that we here at Superstition Review would like to remember Adrian C. Louis, who passed away September 11, 2018. Louis was a two time contributor with us and we’d like to express our most heartfelt condolences to his loved ones. It was an honor to read and share his remarkable work. Here is Louis’ poem “Brother Bear,” which was published in our first issue.

Brother Bear by Adrian C. Louis

 

 

Contributor Update, Adam Tavel: Catafalque is 2017 Richard Wilbur Award Winner

Catafalque coverToday we are happy to announce that past contributor Adam Tavel’s poetry collection, Catafalque, has won the 2017 Richard Wilbur award! The collection was also recently published by the University of Evansville Press and contains “Our Lady of Crabapple Hill,” a poem which originally appeared in Issue 13 of Superstition Review. Catafalque is available for purchase through Amazon. You can read more about the collection here.

Congratulations, Adam!

Release of Walang Halong Biro (Dead Serious)

 

Cover for Walang Halong Biro

We are happy to announce that our friends in The De La Salle University Publishing House, a university press in Manila, Philippines, will release the poetry collection Walang Halong Biro (Dead Serious). The collection is authored by Mesándel Virtusio Arguelles with a translation from Filipino by Kristine Ong Muslim, and will be released on November 2018.

The cover art features embroidery work by Christian Tablazon and the design is by Ruzzel Valdepeña.

Congratulations, Mesándel and Kristine!

 

Contributor Update, Sue William Silverman: New Poetry Collection “If the Girl Never Learns”

If the Girl Never Learns coverToday we are proud to announce news about past contributor Sue William Silverman. Sue’s new poetry collection, If the Girl Never Learns, will be out in April, 2019 from Brick Mantel Books. Congratulations, Sue!

Death Comes for the Poet” by Sue William Silverman can be read in Issue 16 of Superstition Review.

 

Contributor Update, Maggie Kast: “The House Will Burn” in The Orison Anthology

Maggie KastWe are pleased to announce that past contributor Maggie Kast’s essay, “The House Will Burn,” has been accepted for reprint in The Orison Anthology vol. 3, 2018. The volume is available for purchase at Orison Books. Congratulations, Maggie!

The House Will Burn” is also available to read in Issue 19 of Superstition Review.

Contributor Update, Sherrie Flick: New Collection of Short Stories “Thank Your Lucky Stars”

Thank Your Lucky Stars coverToday we are proud to announce the upcoming release of Sherrie Flick’s newest short story collection titled Thank Your Lucky Stars. The collection is available for pre-order at UPNE. Congratulations, Sherrie!

Not Talking About Sage” by Sherrie Flick can be read in Issue 10 of Superstition Review.