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140 And Counting contributors…

Carolyn Agee has three poems coming out in October 2011 issues of Contemporary Literary Review: India (“Forced“), Recovering the Self: A Journal of Hope and Healing (“Dry Bones Casting Shadow”) and The Healing Muse (“A2113”), and micro-fiction pieces in 7×20 and Cuento Magazine.

Peg Duthie has provided cover art for Issue 13 of Prime Number Magazine.

Berit Ellingsen has been interviewed by blogger and writer Chris Galvin about her novel The Empty City. We also missed a few of her September publications when they came out: “Boyfriend and Shark” in Coffinmouth and “Winter Story” in Staccato Fiction.

Duane Gilson won the Robin Becker Chapbook Prize for his manuscript Catch & Release. It will be published in April 2012.

C. E. Hyun‘s short story “Leigh and William Hush” appeared in the Summer 2011 issue of The Red Penny Papers.

Deborah P. Kolodji has a haiku in the print edition Autumn 2011 issue of Modern Haiku. She has reprinted it in her blog.

One of Julie Bloss Kelsey‘s scifaiku poems was nominated for the 2011 Dwarf Stars Award. The nominees will be published in a chapbook-style book in a month or so.

Nora Nadjarian‘s story “Breadcrumbs” from her chapbook “Girl, Wolf, Bones” (Folded Word, 2011) has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Elena Naskova has a play in the Seattle Playwrights Collective‘s Page to Stage showcase, for which a Kickstarter appeal is live for the next six days, to make up for waining funding.

Christina Nguyen is now the editorial assistant for Atlas Poetica, one of our favourite tanka journals.

Jonathan Pinnock‘s “Rare Meat” is in print and audio (read by Greg Page) at Liars’ League. He’s also been interviewed by the St Albans & Harpenden Review about his recently released Austen satire Mrs Darcy versus the Aliens.

Deborah Walker and Aurelio Rico Lopez III have fiction in the fourth issue of Abandoned Towers, scheduled to go live on November 1st.

Steven R. Wolfe has a (what else?) postcard short in Postcard Shorts.

26 October 2011

Some new writing by 140 And Counting Contributors

Gwendolyn Joyce Mintz had a very short story appear in Camroc Press Review last week.

Dawn Corrigan has a short story just posted at Unlikely 2.0.

Berit Ellingsen‘s novel The Empty City (available as an ebook here) will be available in print very soon.

Jonathan Pinnock is spending the month of September on a blog tour to promote his forthcoming Mrs Darcy versus the Aliens.

He’s already appeared at Salt Publishing’s excellent blog and If Shakespeare….

He’s also just had a short story appear in The View From Here.

And finally, Julie Bloss Kelsey has a piece on green living for Labor Day at GermantownPatch.

The Kickstarter appeal for 140 And Counting is still going strong! A donation of $5 is effectively a pre-order for the ebook, and a donation of $10 gets you editor Joanne Merriam‘s The Glaze from Breaking and 140 And Counting contributor Heather Kamins‘ chapbook Blueshifting.

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