Editor Update: Leah Newsom

Today wSpilled Milk's founding editor Leah Newsome are pleased to share news about past Superstition Review editor Leah Newsom. Leah Newsom’s online literary magazine, Spilled Milk, has recently celebrated its two year anniversary this month of November, 2017. According to their home page, Spilled Milk is a “highly caffeinated alternative to mindlessly scrolling your infinite, mundane newsfeeds,” and publishes micro-fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art.

Leah Newsom was the interview editor for Superstition Review in Issues 15 and 16.

Congratulations, Leah!

Contributor Update: Rebecca Hazelton

Rebecca HazeltonToday we are pleased to announce that future contributor Rebecca Hazelton has been recently featured in The New Yorker. Rebecca’s poem “Generic Husband” can be read on their website and will appear in the November 13, 2017 Issue.

We are glad to feature Rebecca in our upcoming Issue 20 of Superstition Review.

Contributor Update: Christine Brandel

Cover for A Wife Is A Hope ChestToday we are excited to announce that past contributor Christine Brandel has recently released a book. A Wife Is A Hope Chest was published by Brain Mill Press on Halloween 2017. Kiki Petrosino, author of Hymn for the Black Terrific and Witch Wife, says: “Brandel’s language – rich with visual and tactile imagery – delivers us into a world where domestic objects transform into amorous talismans.” A Wife Is A Hope Chest is available now for purchase from Amazon.

Christine’s poems such as: “If We Were Three,” “Thoughts on New Year’s Day,” and “Sixteen Pieces” can be read in Issue 14 of Superstition Review.

Congratulations, Christine!

Contributor Update: Bojan Louis & Mark Haunschild

Bojan Lpuis & Mark HaunschildToday we are excited to announce that future contributor Bojan Louis and Superstition Review’s own poetry advisor Mark Haunschild will be featured in the Caffeine Corridor Poetry Series. The event is an open mic starting at 7 pm this Friday, November 10, 2017 at {9} The Gallery.

Bojan Louis is a Diné—Naakai Dine’é; Ashiihí; Ta’neezahnii; Bilgáana—poet, fiction writer, and essayist. Mark Haunschild teaches writing at Arizona State University, where he coordinates the f2f Writers’ Studio on the downtown Phoenix campus, and serves as the faculty advisor of poetry for Superstition Review.

 

 

Contributor Update: Erin Adair-Hodges

Book Cover Let's All Die HappyToday we are excited to share news about past contributor Erin Adair-Hodges. Erin’s first book Let’s All Die Happy, winner of the 2016 Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize, is now out from the Pitt Poetry series. Let’s All Die Happy is available for purchase on Amazon.

The book includes poems such as: “The Trap,” “Neighborhood Watch,” and “Regeneration,” which appeared first in Issue 14 of Superstition Review.

Congratulations, Erin!

Contributor Update: John Findura

Book Cover SubmergedToday we are pleased to announce that past contributor John Findura has recently released his first poetry collection. The collection has already received praise from poet Billy Collins, who says, “John Findura’s Submerged is a series of short, clear meditations on the beauty, the power, and the terror of water. It’s a striking collection, reader-friendly, but unflinching in its treatment of personal fear and wonder.” Submerged is now available to purchase from Five Oaks Press.

John’s poem “Shipbuilding in New Jersey” can be read in Issue 1 of Superstition Review.

Congratulations, John!