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Writers in the Spotlight: Susan Tepper
                                          Welcome, Susan Tepper! Thank you for taking the time to answer a few
questions. I am eager to discuss your new flash collection, dear Petrov , launching February 2 by Pure Slush Books . Congratulations on the new re...
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Lunchtime reading!
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A Week of Observations: Part 6
The holiday parties have begun, the baked goods are everywhere, the politics blather on, the lights and blown up snowmen that freak out my dog are adding color and cheer to our neighborhood. I love this time of year. Here are a few observations from the las...
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A Week of Observations: P5
I hope your Thanksgiving was fantastic. My husband and I managed to travel to Ohio to see my grandmother, to Michigan (for the OSU v Michigan game), to Windsor, and back in four days. Here are a few observations from the week: Canada is cold in late Novembe...
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A week of reminders P3
With an extra hour to write and reflect, I figured I'd make a blog list. It's my new thing. Here's what I learned/remembered this week. Next post will be a new interview with the poet and fiction writer, Tina Barry. In the meantime, my week's lessons... Say...
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Very happy that my short fiction, A Perpetual State of Awe, was nominated for the 2015 Best of the Net. Fingers crossed. http://atticusbooksonline.com/blog/2015/10/02/announcing-our-2015-best-of-the-net-anthology-nominees/
The staff at Atticus Review is pleased to announce our nominations for the 2015 Best of the Net Anthology, which aims "to promote the diverse and growing
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The Slope of a Line
My current writing is tackling everything leading up to this scene, and everything after it: The Slope of a Line (New fiction in Litbreak) New interview coming up soon! And maybe some thoughts...
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Writers in the Spotlight: David Atkinson
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fiction is hard. Why do you do it? Writing
fiction never seemed that difficult to me. Writing it well is more difficult,
but certainly more forgiving than having to get facts right like in nonfiction.
I write a lot of nonfiction as a patent attorney...
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Writers in the Spotlight: Erin K. Parker
Hi, Erin.  Welcome to Literary Exhibitionism! You recently released a short story collection, The Secret and the Sacred , with Unknown
Press. Congratulations! I recently devoured your collection of stories during vacation.  Thanks, Jen.  I am so
pleased tha...
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Writers in the Spotlight: Tina Barry
Hi Tina,
Welcome to Literary Exhibitionism! I’m excited to have you as a guest author. I was originally introduced to your work in Fictionaut and was awed by your ability to create textured, vivid images in so few words. “Tuscaloosa,” a poem I read in Ramsh...
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Writers in the Spotlight: Rob Dinsmoor
This is the first in a series of author interviews in which I will try to get an author to tell me all their secrets in the spirit of Literary Exhibitionism. The spotlight is on, the writer is ready, the interview is about to commence. First up, ROB DINSMOO...
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The Migration
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This is what I moved away from, the busyness. The grocery's manager/owner, one of the Js from J&J's, is stopping people at the door because

Dundee International Book Prize short-list announced
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Dundee International Book Prize short-list announced

After the Gazebo by Jen Knox — Reviews, Discussion, Bookclubs, Lists
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Coming soon.... “Jen Knox writes the healthy fiction equivalent of the detox smoothie you’d get if you poured half a cup of Mary Gaitski...

Jen Knox - After the Gazebo
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“About the Author”
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Poetry by Elizabeth Willis. “About her: the air, warm as fact. / An imaginary boat heading off to hell, her foot pushing it offshore.”

Two Separate Planets
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An apparition bloomed in my throat when I saw him pull up in his rental car. For three years he'd lived somewhere in the Amazon. Jungle-vine

Don't Tease the Elephants by Jen Knox
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Don't Tease the Elephants by Jen Knox My rating: 5 of 5 stars Don't Tease the Elephants is a collection of five short stories by Jen Knox th

The Reading Life: His Masterpiece by Emile Zola (1888)
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My post read research indicates it is based loosely on Zola's friendship with the artist Paul Cezzanne. Some say the book badly hurt Zola's

Tangled
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artwork: ralph murre Tangled by Susan Tepper Scrape my face— find vines and what I want leave tangled— there were countries cut in sections

Two Flew Away
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My left eye throbbed. The fact that I'd been training at the gym for just such an attack when Doug, an 8th grader with a fat fist, tackled m

A Paper Cut I Think You'll Like
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Awkward Paper Cut is a literary site devoted to supporting and inspiring innovative artistic creations incorporating words, images, and soun

a poem by cynthia atkins
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Hillsides after Philip Guston, Untitled, ink and acrylic, 1980 The store clerk was gone in ten seconds after the 30 rounds—blood spattered o

My Writing Process Blog Tour
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Sara Lippmann's Doll Palace due out in September! I'm it! I've been tagged by writer Sara Lippmann, whose collection of short stories Doll P

Like Water by Jen Knox
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There is no hand outstretched, no reassuring words when I fall. My body becomes liquid, like Bruce Lee said, only it’s not quite water....

Inside Amtrak's (Absolutely Awesome) Plan to Give Free Rides to Writers
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Amtrak has begun offering “writers’ residencies” to, well, writers – long roundtrip rides aboard Amtrak trains dedicated solely for the purp

After the Gazebo
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She felt it in her toes that morning, dread that she would shove into ivory heels and dance on beneath heavy clouds. He felt...

Write A House : Renovation of The Peach House
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Write A House is about building the literary arts in Detroit, literally! We're raising funds for our first home renovation for a Detroit-bas