SHINY FAMILY :: RECENT NEWS FROM OUR POETRY CONTRIBUTORS

I say, let’s spring ahead a little early this week and celebrate some awesome news from our shiny poetry contributors!

 

Make (No) Bones about it! Check out 3.2’s Toby Altman’s new poetry podcast of the very same name! His first includes an interview with Jacob Saenz.

 

4.1’s Mel Bentley’s book Bucolic Eclogue is now available for preorder from Lame House Press.

 

Read two poems by Doug Paul Case (4.2) in the newest Devil’s Lake.

 

Check out this great interview with 7.1’s José Hernández Díaz for The New Delta Review.

 

Read 5 new poems by Jon-Michael Frank (5.1) in the new Prelude Magazine.

 

3.1’s Laura Goode’s essay “I Was In Recovery From Anorexia — & Then I Got Pregnant” appears in Refinery 29.

 

Rebecca Hazelton (4.1) has a poem in the March issue of Poetry Magazine.

 

Erin Lyndal Martin (7.1) interviews Lucinda Williams about “Highway 20” over at NO DEPRESSION.

 

2.2’s Yelena Moskovich’s debut debut novel THE NATASHAS is out now through Serpent’s Tail. Get your copy here!

 

Listen to 1.1 Chris Peck’s reimagination/remix of The Heavy Howl song “The Mask” here.

 

4.2’s Kylan Rice has a poem in the newest issue of Pith.

 

SHINY EDITOR AND READER NEWS

 

Editor-in-Chief Kimberly Ann Southwick wrote a great piece on editing Gigantic Sequins called “IT’S NOT A JOB: IT’S MY LIFE” for Actual Pants.

 

You can now download our poetry reader Samantha Duncan’s chapbook The Birth Creatures for free (!) from Agape Editions here. She also had a poem appear in Stirring.

 

Poetry Reader Michael Wilson’s first book of poetry A Child of Storm is forthcoming from Stalking Horse Press in October 2016!

 

Dylan Weird (Poetry Reader) has a poem that you can read (and listen to!) via Word Riot.

 

Contributing Editor Sophie Klahr’s poem “Diagnosis” was featured in the Harvard Review Online. She will be reading at Pleiades, 32 Poems, and Tupelo Quarterly’s Offsite AWP Reading along with 6.2’s Bianca Stone on Wednesday, March 30th, from 7-9 pm at Opulen Studios in LA. You can find more details about the reading here.

 

Are you a Shiny contributor reading at AWP in LA this year? Let us know! We want to create our own Map to the Stars, so-to-speak.

 

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