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Forthcoming Story

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.
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The Million-Line Poem

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.
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Dzanc Writing Sessions

I just learned about a new series of online writing workshops offered by Dzanc Books. The craft-based classes start on October 16, run for 10 weeks and include sessions in poetry, fiction, nonfiction and screenwriting. For more information go to Dzanc Books. I mention this because  Read More 
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Arts Eclective Reading

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.
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Book Review at NewPages

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.
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Three Poems in Literary Mama

Just published: three poems in the March issue of Literary Mama. Click here to read.
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Poem in The Carolina Quarterly

My poem, "Explorations of the Gulf Stream, with Notes on the Body Ill," just came out in the 2010 issue of The Carolina Quarterly.
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Book Review

Perishables is reviewed by Suzanne Sunshower in the January 2011 issue of Quiet Mountain Essays. Here's a excerpt:

"This short story collection is filled with authentic Southern (think Floridian) voices, with each main character unselfconsciously sharing a slice of her life as she knows it to be, seemingly unaware of the poignancy and dignity with which she expresses it." Read More 
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Forthcoming Book

I recently learned that my manuscript, In the Time of the Feast of Flowers, won the 2010 Clay Reynolds Novella Prize. The book will be published in fall 2011 by Texas Review Press. The cover will be an original oil painting by artist Edward Jonas.
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