SR Pod/Vod Series, Recording: Author Katie Flynn

Katie FlynnThis Tuesday, we are proud to feature a podcast of SR contributor Katie Flynn reading her short story from Issue 17.

You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes channel, podcast #230.

You can follow along with Katie’s short story in Superstition Review, Issue 17.

More about the author:

Katie M. Flynn is Fiction Editor at the Indianola Review. Her stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Barrelhouse, Carve, Flyway, Monkeybicycle, Paper Darts, and elsewhere. She’s been nominated for a Pushcart Prize twice and holds an MFA from the University of San Francisco. Recently, she completed her first novel about love, revenge, and uploaded consciousness. When she’s not writing, she’s teaching herself classical guitar, nerding out over chess, or chasing her two kids through the wilds of San Francisco.

 

SR Pod/Vod Series, Recording: Author Jonathan Louis Duckworth

Jonathan Louis DuckworthThis Tuesday, we are proud to feature a podcast of SR contributor Jonathan Louis Duckworth reading his nonfiction essay from Issue 17.

You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes channel, podcast #226.

You can follow along with Jonathan’s nonfiction essay in Superstition Review, Issue 17.

More about the author:

Jonathan Louis Duckworth is an MFA student at Florida International University, where he serves as a reader and copy-editor for the Gulf Stream Magazine. His fiction, poetry, and non-fiction appears in or is forthcoming in New Ohio Review, Fourteen Hills, Literary Orphans, Cha, Off the Coast, Superstition, and elsewhere. He is a dual-citizen with American and Belgian citizenship. Apart from his love of the written word, he also loves to cook, and hopes to start a cooking blog one day.

SR Pod/Vod Series, Recording: Poet Patricia Clark

Patricia Clark pictureThis Tuesday, we are proud to feature a podcast of SR contributor Patricia Clark reading her poems from Issue 17.

You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes channel, podcast #224.

You can follow along with Patricia’s poems in Superstition Review, Issue 17.

More about the author:

Patricia Clark is Poet-in-Residence and Professor in the Department of Writing at Grand Valley State University. Author of four volumes of poetry, Patricia’s latest book is Sunday Rising. Her work has been featured on Poetry Daily and Verse Daily, also appearing in The Atlantic, Gettysburg Review, Poetry, Slate, and Stand. Recent work appears (or is forthcoming) in Kenyon Review, New England Review, Southern Humanities Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Prairie Schooner, Coal Hill Review, Plume, and elsewhere. Her new manuscript of poems is called Goodbye to the Poetry of Marble.

SR Pod/Vod Series, Recording: Author Megan Harlan

Megan HarlanThis Tuesday, we are proud to feature a podcast of s[r] contributor Megan Harlan reading her nonfiction essay from Issue 17.

You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes channel, podcast #220.

You can follow along with Megan’s nonfiction essay in Superstition Review, Issue 17.

More about the author:

Megan Harlan’s creative nonfiction essays have recently appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review and The Common. She is the author of Mapmaking (BkMk Press/New Letters), awarded the John Ciardi Prize for Poetry. Her poems, short stories, and articles have appeared or are forthcoming in Hotel Amerika, AGNI, TriQuarterly, The New York Times, Prairie Schooner, New Orleans Review, Meridian, and Arts & Letters, among other publications. She holds an MFA from New York University’s Creative Writing Program and lives and works as a writer and editor in the San Francisco Bay Area.

SR Pod/Vod Series, Recording: Poet Stevie Edwards

a photo of the poet, Stevie EdwardsThis Tuesday, we are proud to feature a podcast of s[r] contributor Stevie Edwards reading her four poems from Issue 17.

You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes channel, podcast #216.

You can follow along with Stevie’s work in Superstition Review, Issue 17.

More About the Author:
Stevie Edwards is a poet, editor, and educator. She is Editor-in-Chief at Muzzle Magazine and Acquisitions Editor at YesYes Books. Her first book, Good Grief (Write Bloody 2012), received two post-publication awards, the Independent Publisher Book Awards Bronze in Poetry and the Devil’s Kitchen Reading Award from Southern Illinois University – Carbondale. Her second book, Humanly, was recently released by Small Doggies Press. Her poems have appeared in Verse Daily, Baltimore Review, The Journal, The Offing, Indiana Review, Salt Hill, and elsewhere. She has an MFA from Cornell University and a BA from Albion College.

SR Pod/Vod Series – Recording: Hannah Lee Jones

Hannah Lee Jones

This Tuesday, we’re proud to feature SR contributor Hannah Lee Jones reading her three poems from Issue 16 on the SR podcast.

You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes Channel, podcast #213.

You can follow along with Hannah’s work in Superstition Review, Issue 16.

More About the Author:
Hannah Lee Jones’s poetry, fiction, and essays have appeared in Literary Orphans and Orion, among other journals. She has worked with The MFA Project and is currently the editor of Primal School, a resource for poets pursuing their craft without an advanced degree. She grows vegetables on Whidbey Island in northwest Washington.

 

SR Pod/Vod Series – Recording: Author Sue William Silverman

Sue William SilvermanThis Tuesday, we’re proud to feature SR contributor Sue William Silverman reading her nonfiction piece “Death Comes for the Poet” on the SR podcast.

You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes Channel, #211.

You can follow along with Sue’s work in Superstition Review, Issue 16.

On Friday, we’ll announce Sue Silverman’s Authors Talk podcast.

More About the Author:

Sue William Silverman is the author of three memoirs: The Pat Boone Fan Club: My Life as a White Anglo-Saxon Jew was a finalist in Foreword Reviews’ 2014 IndieFab Book of the Year Award; Because I Remember Terror, Father, I Remember You won the AWP Award in Creative Nonfiction; and Love Sick: One Woman’s Journey through Sexual Addiction is also a Lifetime TV original movie. Her craft book is Fearless Confessions: A Writer’s Guide to Memoir, and her poetry collection is Hieroglyphics in Neon. She teaches in the MFA in Writing Program at Vermont College of Fine Arts. www.SueWilliamSilverman.com.