Today we are happy to announce the news of past contributor Erin McGraw! Her newest book, a collection titled “Joy: and 52 other very short stories”, was just published this month by Counterpoint Press. The stories follow beautifully flawed characters as they experience daily life and the pain, confusion and tension that comes with. Chauna Craig, another past contributor, puts it best in a book review for New York Journal of Books, “McGraw makes us love [the characters] for all their human flaws and fragile hopes.”
S[r]’s interview with Erin from Issue 3 can be found here, more information on the collection can be found here.
Chauna’s review can be found here, and her nonfiction piece for Issue 14 can be found here.
We are happy to announce that past contributor Donald Morrill from Issue 3 has released his debut novel “BEAUT,” a winner of the Lee Smith Fiction Prize. The book is available for purchase. Congratulations Donald!
Check out a sample of the opening pages of the book at 83 Degrees-Tampa Bay
Please visit his website at https://www.donaldmorrill.com
Today we are happy to announce The Price of the Haircut by Brock Clarke has been released. The Price of the Haircut, published by Algonquin Books, is a collection of short stories whose excerpt can be found on the authors website.
You can read Brock’s interview with Superstition Review in Issue 3.
Today we are pleased to announce that past contributor Stella Pope Duarte will be speaking at the Van Buren: Arizona’s Sunset Strip event. Stella will recall the heyday of Van Buren Street, the only highway linking Arizona, New Mexico, and California in the early 1900s. The event will take place at South Mountain Community Library in Phoenix, Arizona Tuesday, November 7 from 11:30 am to 1 pm. Stella’s books will be available for purchase at the event.
To read our interview with Stella in Issue 3 of Superstition Review click here.
Today we are pleased to announce that past contributor Michelle Menting’s debut collection of poems, Leaves Surface Like Skin, has been recently released. The book has already received praise from poet Sandra Beasley, who says, “Menting has a gift for moody and luminous phrasing: ‘For some, the world is wood tick wicked.’ There’s magic to a collection that does such heavy lifting with a light touch.” Purchase your copy through Terrapin, Amazon, B&N, or through your local bookstore.
To read Michelle’s essay “On Becoming Vegan” in Issue 3 of Superstition Review click here.
Today we are excited to share that past contributor Kelli Russell Agodon has been recently featured on Poets.org. Kelli’s poem “Hunger” was chosen as the poem of the day for September 29, 2017. To read “Hunger” click here.
Read three of Kelli’s poems in Issue 3 of Superstition Review here.
Hello everyone! Today we are excited to share that past contributor Patricia Ann McNair has a new book out titled And These Are The Good Times, a collection of essays which include a couple of pieces Patricia wrote for our very own blog.
A recent Booklist review by Donna Seaman states, “McNair proves to be an irresistible personal essayist of refreshing candor, vibrant openheartedness, rueful humor, and unassuming wisdom.” Don’t miss out on this opportunity and click here to buy yourself a copy!
Read “Just Like That” by Patricia in issue 3 of Superstition Review here.