Rejections Revisited

C. Michael Curtis, a senior editor and longtime revered fiction editor at the Atlantic Monthly, published an essay called “Publishers and Publishing,” in On Writing Short Stories, a collection of essays, edited by Tom Bailey. It’s a pretty enlightening, amusing reflection on the fiction submissions he receives. Our fave part: “Much of the writing that poursContinue reading “Rejections Revisited”

New Author Angie Chuang: Holding On and Letting Go

Angie Chuang didn’t know what she was getting into when she began writing essays drawn from her experiences as a journalist in Afghanistan. With the publication of her debut book, The Four Words for Home, later this week, we’ll all get to share in her amazing journey. The publication marks the end of an 8-yearContinue reading “New Author Angie Chuang: Holding On and Letting Go”

The Best $5 You’ll Ever Spend

Friends, The countdown is on. We need 15 more folks to sign up today in order to bring Fiction Attic Press, a fantastic platform for both emerging and established writers, to a broader audience. Fiction Attic is publishing my novel in the fall, and there are plenty of opportunities for other writers to submit toContinue reading “The Best $5 You’ll Ever Spend”