Come hear Lynn Tillman, Helen Klein Ross, Jon Cotner, Sasha Fletcher, and myself read this Saturday evening at 61 Local as a part of Gigantic Magazine’s Lit Crawl/five-year anniversary event.
Enthralled by Criminal, the excellent new podcast by Lauren Spohrer, Phoebe Judge, and Eric Mennel.
Led for fifteen years by founding editor Diane Williams, each issue of NOON (www.noonannual.com) contains prose chiseled to its barest, most arresting essence—a concision attributed by most to Williams’s high demands as an editor. “She inspires excellence and demands discipline,” frequent NOON contributor Deb Olin Unferth says of Williams. “Clancy Martin and I now laugh about how she will take forty pages of writing and slash it down to two.” The new fifteenth-anniversary issue includes fiction from regular NOON contributors Lincoln Michel, Christine Schutt, and Anya Yurchyshyn, as well as newcomers Kayla Blatchley and Ashton Politanoff. (via)
I have another story in the latest issue of NOON, which is their fifteen anniversary issue. It’s full of fantastic, surprising work that you won’t find anywhere else. It’s my fifth consecutive year publishing with them (and I still get giddy every time). Grab a copy at your local bookstore.