Announcing the Authors of Issue 3

We are so proud to announce an incredible lineup of nine authors—including a Pulitzer Prize winner—for our upcoming Issue 3. For authors you don't already know, we invite you to read their work online and in print and visit their websites. Help us promote literature through their stories.

Stay tuned to our blog for upcoming author Q&As and, soon after, the release of Issue 3. 

Issue 3 Authors

Literati:

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James Tate. Tate is the author of seventeen books of poetry and several collections of prose, including Eternal Ones of the Dream: Later Selected PoemsThe Ghost SoldiersReturn to the City of White DonkeysMemoir of the Hawk, and The Route as Briefed. A new collection of poems, Dome of the Hidden Temple, is forthcoming next year. He teaches at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Tate is the recipient of a Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award, and he is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.


Truth:

Stephanie Devine. Devine is the Fiction Editor of New South and a doctoral student at Georgia State University. Her work has recently appeared in Cheap Pop, Atticus Review, Fiction Southeast, Treehouse, and Glassworks Magazine and is forthcoming in Louisiana Literature and Pembroke Magazine.


Gabe Durham. Durham is the author of the novel Fun Camp and is the publisher and editor of Boss Fight Books. Previously he edited Dark Sky Magazine and Keyhole Magazine. His writings have appeared in Hobart, Mid-American Review, Quarterly West, Daytrotter, The Rumpus, HTMLGiant, DIAGRAM, The Collagist, Everyday Genius, NOO Journal, Quick Fiction, Nano Fiction, Gargoyle, and elsewhere. His fiction has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and a Best of the Web anthology. He lives in Los Angeles.


Ray Shea. Shea's writing has appeared in The Rumpus, Hobart, Phoebe, Sundog Lit, and elsewhere. He has been a finalist several times, a nominee more than once, but never a winner. A native of Boston and New Orleans, he lives in Austin, where he is at work on a memoir about fatherhood, alcoholism, violence, and memory. He can be found online at rayshea.net.


Zoë Bossiere. Bossiere lives in Tucson, Arizona where she recently graduated from the University of Arizona. She is currently working on a collection of essays chronicling her parents’ adventures as Hungarian circus superstars in the 1980s. Other published works and significant life events can be viewed at zoebossiere.tumblr.com


Lies:

Jason Hill. Hill studied creative writing in the MFA program at Spalding University. He holds a BA in English from the University of Kentucky and an MA in Philosophy from the University of Connecticut. He has lived in Providence, Boston, Jersey City and Louisville. His current whereabouts are unknown.


KT Browne. Browne's work has appeared in McSweeney's, Referential Magazine, Passages North, The Review Review, and elsewhere. She earned her MFA at CalArts, where she served as an Associate Editor for Black Clock Magazine. She was born in New York and currently lives in southern Taiwan, where she's at work on her second novel. Visit her at ktbrowne[dot]com.


Christine Fischer Guy. Guy's debut novel, The Umbrella Mender, was published in September 2014. Her short fiction has appeared in journals across Canada, has been nominated for The Writer’s Trust of Canada/McClelland & Stewart Journey Prize. She reviews for The Globe and Mail, contributes to Ryeberg.com, themillions.com, and the LA Review of Books. She is also an award-winning journalist. christinefischerguy.com


Stephen Parrish. Parrish is the author of The Tavernier StonesThe Feasts of Lesser Men, and Anatomy of a Spy. In 2011 he was awarded an Independent Publisher (IPPY) gold medal. His short work has appeared in Boston Literary MagazineThe Good Men ProjectFoliate Oak Literary Magazine, and elsewhere and has been read in public by Liars’ League, Lit Crawl, and other venues. He presently serves as editor of The Lascaux Review.


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