Marina Petrova has a new short story published at Catapult. Check out “Bolano” here.
Marina is currently a fiction editor for The Conium Review. Prior to becoming an editor for us, she was published in Vol. 4 with her story “Dictator in a Jar.” Her work has also appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, The Los Angeles Review of Books, and Late Night Library. She holds an MFA from The New School and lives in New York City.
An excerpt from Melissa Reddish’s Girl & Flame: A Novella has been published at Fiction Advocate. The excerpt, “After the Fire,” contains the first three section from Melissa’s novella-in-flashes, out now from Conium Press. If you like what you read at Fiction Advocate, pick up a copy of Melissa’s book from our website or on Amazon.
Melissa Reddish, author of the Conium Press title Girl & Flame, has new work in Ilanot Review. Read her piece, entitled “All the Things We Have in Common,” here.
Ashley Hutson’s story, “At Sea,” has been published at SmokeLong Quarterly. Congrats, Ashley!
Tamara K. Walker has three new flash fictions in The Cafe Irreal. Read “The Bee-List Celebrity Culture,” “Emu on First,” and “Sunflowers” here.
Tamara was a contributor to The Conium Review: Vol. 4 with her story, “Camisole.” Her work has also appeared in A cappella Zoo, Melusine, Identity Theory, Peculiar Mormyrid, Apocrypha and Abstractions, and Gay Flash Fiction.
Ingrid Jendrzejewski has a new micro-fiction up at 50-Word Stories. Read her 50-word piece, “Monopoly,” here. Congrats on this latest publication, Ingrid!
Ingrid Jendrzejewski has contributed to The Conium Review on multiple occasions. Her flash “The Box of Skinny Women” appears on our website. Another piece, “Shampoo,” appears in The Conium Review: Vol. 4. Later this year, Ingrid’s “Rain Cloud” will appear in The Conium Review: Vol. 5.
Find links to more of Ingrid’s work on her website.