Happy end-of-October! Piles of leaves, buckets of candy, and plenty of reasons to celebrate our Gigantic Sequins poetry contributors! Here’s how they’ve been shining this past month:
Elizabeth Hoover (2.1) was named a poetry finalist for the the Fall 2015 Orlando Prize!
You can preorder THE OPPOSITE OF LIGHT by GS 3.1’s Kimberly Grey from Persea Books.
GS 5.1’s Rachel Mennies has a poem in the current issue of Poet Lore!
Karissa Morton‘s (4.1) poetry manuscript Amuse the Darkness was a finalist for the 2015 Akron Poetry Prize.
Morgan Parker’s (5.1) second book of poetry will be published in 2017 by Tin House Books!
Alison Strub‘s (6.2) chapbook Lillian, Fred was a finalist in a recent BOAAT Chapbook competition & will be published in 2016.
GS 3.2’s Jane Wong has three poems up at Entropy Magazine and a new poem up at The Seattle Review.
You can now preorder NATURALISM, a new chapbook debuting 11/15 from GS 3.2’s Wendy Xu, through BAP!
And many GS affiliates have work in Dusie issue 18: Gina Abelkop (3.2), Denise Jarrott (7.1), Karissa Morton (4.1), Emily O’Neill (5.1), Morgan Parker (5.1), Meghan Privitello (3.2),Kimberly Ann Southwick (GS EIC), Nicole Steinberg(6.2), & Candice Wuehle (3.1) !
And here’s some Shiny Editor and Contest Judge News to boot:
GS 2nd annual poetry contest judge Jericho Brown is a headliner for the Festival of Words 11/5-7 in Louisiana! http://ow.ly/SiYuS
GS 3rd annual poetry contest judge Dawn Lundy Martin is going to edit the PEN Poetry Series!
Check out GS 6.2 Guest Poetry Editor Sommer Browning in the Denver Post reading poetry!
Meet Me Here at Dawn, a poetry collection by Sophie Klahr (GS Contributing Editor), was recently announced as the YesYes Books finalist offered publication to! It will be out late 2016-early 2017.
efs & vees, a chapbook by Kimberly Ann Southwick (GS EIC) is now available from its publisher Hyacinth Girl Press. They’re having a BOGO sale right now, too, so get two great chapbooks for the price of one! Kimberly was also recently interviewed over at Mojo.