A new (again, NSFW) mini-fiction from the world of Five Stages of Grief is up at Fleshbot: “New York.”
An old professor of mine has a beautiful essay up at The Millions about being a writer in the classroom. (I was one of those pairs of eyes, once!)
Evan James does it again, ladies and gentlemen: “No Amusement May Be Made.”
As always, an amazing story from Etgar Keret is up at Electric Literature.
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I have three pieces of microfiction in two different publications this month: “Ys” and “Vacation” at Wigleaf (alongside a “postcard”) and “Dating Men with Biblical Names” in the most recent INCH. You can buy a very tiny, adorable copy of INCH here (I’m in Issue #20) and see the Wigleaf pieces here, here, and here.
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If you are in the midwest and are interested in taking a class with me, here’s your chance! I’m going to be teaching a three-day course–”Here Lies Magic: The Art of Writing Speculative Fiction”–at the David R. Collins Writers’ Conference at St. Ambrose University in Davenport at the end of June. The conference is sponsored by the Midwest Writing Center. Check it out!
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A new Heart of Glass is up at Fleshbot. This week’s topic: opening up lines of communication about desire. Link NSFW, of course.
Amanda Hess talks Fifty Shades of Grey, Fleshbot Fiction, and the future of erotica with Lux Alptraum over at Slate.
Five Stages of Grief has its first review at Goodreads! Romance author Iris Blaire calls it “angsty and hotter than hell.” If you’ve read FSOG, please consider reviewing it at Smashwords and/or Goodreads.
Lastly: an awesome essay on sex and the literary writer from Sackett Street Writers’ Workshop founder Julia Fierro is up at The Millions.
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I am excited to announce that my story “Especially Heinous: 272 Views of Law & Order SVU” is going to be published by The American Reader.
The American Reader is an incredible new publication with Uzoamaka Maduk and Jac Mullen at the helm, and Ben Marcus as fiction editor. It’s been getting some amazing press, and has been compared to n+1 and The Paris Review. I am very honored to be published there.
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On the Olivia Glass news front:
An excerpt from Five Stages of Grief was the featured Friday Erotica at Unbound. I especially love the graphic!
Another microerotica from theFive Stages of Grief universe is up at Fleshbot: “Pennsylvania.”
Also: awesome literary graffiti.
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Fleshbot Fiction founder Lux Alptraum spoke to Salon’s Tracy Clark-Flory about the imprint: “This Isn’t ‘Mommy Porn.’”
A new “Heart of Glass” is up at Fleshbot. (Link NSFW, as always.)
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