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New Work in Gargoyle and Smokelong Quarterly

So, there are two magazines that I’ve wanted to be a part of for ages because I admire them so much–and in the space of a month, I’ve been published in both! This is pretty much the most exciting thing ever, not the least because I’ve gone through a bit of a dry spell in publishing, since I’ve been working so much on the novel and some much longer stories.

Both these issues are remarkable, remarkable, remarkable. As always, as ever, artistry shining sharp and deep through. I am surrounded in both by too many amazing writers to put to pen (or pixel) here, but take it from me: you must read both these publications all the way through.

My piece in Gargoyle, “The Woman Across the Water Wore the Shape of Love,” can be found here.

And my piece in Smokelong Quarterly (which you might like if you’re a fan of Peter Pan–or not a fan at all) is called Never Never, and can be found here.

Enjoy! And seriously–read the whole thing(s.)

  1. Richard Thomas #

    How cool. I’ll be in Gargoyle #58! This is an amazing issue, in addition to your work, there is Kim Chinquee, Ethel Rohan, Ben Loory and Meg Pokrass. SWEET! Congrats on the recent success, well deserved.

    October 21, 2011
    • Awesome–and thank you, Richard! I really look forward to reading your work in the next issue, as well.

      October 21, 2011
      • Richard Thomas #

        Thanks. I was already excited to publish with them, but seeing the hot talent that’s in this issue, wow, just makes it that much better. Very cool. Can I tell you a secret? If i see a publication and I can find work published there by you, I’ll submit. You’re a barometer of quality fiction with bite. You, Stephen Graham Jones, xTx, Lindsay Hunter, Amelia Gray, Matt Bell, these kinds of voices, it means…go for it. GREEN LIGHT. So thanks for being a pioneer, for paving the way…hold that door open.

        October 21, 2011
      • Oh, wow, Richard. That’s definitely one of the best compliments I’ve ever received. I kind of do the same thing–and with many of those same writers, too!

        October 21, 2011
  2. Congrats, Amber!

    October 22, 2011

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