HUMP DAWG

It’s Spring, and there’s a whole lot of HUMPing going on! Check these great sites out:

1) Alex Pruteanu serves up a dish at Atticus Review:

http://atticusreview.org/nathaniel-thurhurst/

2) For National Poetry Month several writers have contributed a favorite poem to Fictionaut: http://www.fictionaut.com/forums/general/threads/1775?escape=false&page=1

3) Sara Lippman gives us a dose of her latest Read it Loud at UFR:

http://usedfurniturereview.com/2012/04/24/sara-lippmanns-read-it-loud-bread-and-jam-for-frances/

4) Back for more poetry (never enough!!!) at Thunderclap, including the BOSS:

http://thunderclappress.com/2012/04/23/poem-a-day-april-22-2012-amanda-deo-who-says-the-editor-cant-join-in/ – comment-1813

5) Erin Fitzgerald mixes it up at The Rumpus:

http://therumpus.net/2012/04/on-paula-deen-or-why-putting-this-essay-online-guarantees-i-will-not-qualify-for-private-health-insurance-in-my-state/

6) April Flash Fiction Fridays show on Milwaukee’s Lake Effect, theme is Disorientation! Features Carol Wobig, local author of Poached is Not an Option (Kindle), and I read “The Upswing of Falling,” (Metazen), and Kristine Ong Muslim’s “Revenge of the Goldfish.” (The Brooklyner). Thanks, co-host, Stephanie Lecci!

Lake Effect: Flash Fiction Friday: Disorientation

7) Joani Reese wins this Prize (with a very long name), but so well-deserved. I mean, read her piece:

http://www.everydayfiction.com/flashfictionblog/1st-patricia-mcfarland-memorial-prize-goes-to-jp-reese/

And you have to get Joani’s insight about her poem, “Midlife,” which Linda Simoni-Wastila blogs here: leftbrainwrite: MIDLIFE: A Poem and Conversation with JP Reese

8) Check out Meg Tuite’s musings about her book and chapbook (both incredible!) at Laura Madeline Wiseman’s blog:

http://www.lauramadelinewiseman.com/blog/2012/04/23/the-chapbook-interview-meg-tuite-on-the-flash-fiction-chapbook/

9) Jesse Bradley reviews NAP 2.5 at Beach Sloth:

http://beachsloth.blogspot.com/search/label/NAP Magazine

P.S. I do know a jacking thing about elephants! They are always pregnant! When was the last time you checked, Jesse? I mean, outside of a zoo? Next time our paths cross, we will discuss this over cherry pie.

6 thoughts on “HUMP DAWG

  1. Naomi D.

    Love your website, filled with such great articles and interesting information. I’m grateful my friend turned me on to it!

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