In the Time of the Feast of Flowers is the February "Read of the Month" at The Southern Literary Review. Nice and thorough review by Bonnie Armstrong.
February 12, 2012
Wendy Robarbs at caribousmom.com gave In the Time of the Feast of Flowers a stellar review. She writes, in part, “Egnoski’s writing is poetic and her characters ring true. She writes with authority not only about life in a small town, but about a generation growing up during the socially progressive years of the 1970s.” Four stars! Read More
January 9, 2012
Today is the "official" publication date of In the Time of the Feast of Flowers. Here's an easy and quick link to the Amazon.com page.
December 20, 2011
My article about publishing a fiction chapbook, "Good Fiction Comes in Small Packages," just came out in Sapling, a weekly e-newsletter. The newsletter, available by subscription from Black Lawrence Press, focuses on issues considering the small press industry.
December 5, 2011
I just learned that In the Time of the Feast of Flowers is set for release on January 9, 2012. Hooray! You can pre-order a copy at Amazon.com.
November 16, 2011
My story, Welcome to Silver Springs, We Hate to See You Go, was just accepted to the upcoming issue of Saw Palm: Florida Literature and Art, a literary journal published at the University of South Florida.
October 28, 2011
I just added a couplet to The Million-Line Poem at Tupelo Press. It's a celebration of the collective poetic process: each day, editors a two lines from contributing poets. It's pretty great to watch the poem grow over time. Click here to read.
October 3, 2011
July 18, 2011
I'll be giving a reading and staffing the Black Lawrence Press table at the Arts Eclective in Greenfield, Massachusetts, on July 30. The event, from 2pm to 9pm in Energy Park, is a mix of live music, poetry and fiction readings, as well as live theater.
May 4, 2011
NewPages just published a new review of Perishables by Sima Rabinowitz. Here's a rather braggy highlight: "Egnoski understands the human condition and she understands how fiction can depict it. It doesn’t hurt that the chapbook is handsomely produced with its lovely glossy cover and polished production. Anything worth preserving likely began as something. . . perishable." Read the full review here.