Meet the Fiction Contributors for Issue 33

Our editors are hard at work building Issue 33 of Superstition Review, which will launch May 1. This issue features six fiction authors: Darci Shummer, David Yourdon, Fatima Alharthi, Jennifer Ly, Steven Archer, and Will Musgrove.

Darci Schummer is author of the novel The Ballad of Two Sisters (Unsolicited Press), the story collection Six Months in the Midwest (Unsolicited Press), and the poetry chapbook The Book of Orion (Bottlecap Press). Her work has appeared in several journals and anthologies such as Ninth LetterFolioJet Fuel ReviewSundog Lit, and Pithead Chapel. She is an assistant professor of creative writing and creative writing director at Colorado State University Pueblo. 

David Yourdon is a writer based in Canada. His stories have appeared in SmokeLong Quarterly, HAD, Atlas and Alice, and elsewhere.

Fatima Alahrthi is a Saudi writer and translator. Her work appeared in The Southern ReviewDenver QuarterlyLos Angeles Review and SmokeLong Quarterly among others.

Jennifer Ly

Steven Archer is a queer, Haitian-Peruvian writer from Hollywood, Florida. His work has appeared in AGNI and The Superstition Review. He holds an MFA from the University of Central Florida, where he was Provost Fellow in fiction, and is an alum of the 2023 Tin House Autumn Workshop. He lives in Orlando.

Will Musgrove is a writer and journalist from Northwest Iowa. He received an MFA from Minnesota State University, Mankato. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Penn Review, Florida Review, Pinch, The Forge, Passages North, Tampa Review, and elsewhere.

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