2015 Editor’s Choice

We are pleased to announce our Editor’s Choice selections for 2015.

Fiction

http://diggingthroughthefat.com/2015/03/04/stories-no-22-heather-dorn/

How To Name Your Daughter
by Heather Dorn

(Stories No. 22 – Volume Two, Issue 3, March 4, 2015)

Other works by Heather Dorn:

“How To Fall in Love with a Straight Woman”
Slink Chunk Press

“Imprinting” and other poems
Ragazine

 

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Heather Dorn is the Director of the Binghamton Poetry Project, a literary nonprofit that runs free poetry workshops in the community. She will graduate from Binghamton University with a Ph.D. in Creative Writing in May. Her poems and nonfiction can be found in the Paterson Literary Review, Ragazine, the Kentucky Review, and similar journals. In her spare time, she cuts the eyes out of fashion magazines for collage poems and eats peanut butter with a spoon. Find more at: http://www.heatherdorn.com.

 

 

Poetry

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Three Poems: the paperboy, killing time, peanut butter by John Grochalski

(Poetry No. 5 – Volume Three, October 21, 2015).

Other works by John Grochalski:

Three Poems
Dead Snakes

Pobrecito
Your One Phone Call

 

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John Grochalski is the author of The Noose Doesn’t Get Any Looser After You Punch Out, Glass City, In The Year of Everything Dying, Starting with the Last Name Grochalski, and the novel, The Librarian. Grochalski lives in Brooklyn, where he constantly worries about the high cost of everything.