Hillary Leftwich has a new essay published at The Review Review. Her essay explores the necessity of writing communities. She talks about editing for The Conium Review; she explores lessons learned from workshops with mentors like Kathy Fish; she reflects on the importance of connecting with fellow writers through. She explains that writing should not be a solitary endeavor, and that it takes group guidance and support to hone one’s craft. Check out the entire essay here.
Hillary Leftwich has a new piece of flash fiction published at Spelk. Read “Secrets of the Playground” here.
Hillary is The Conium Review‘s Associate Editor, and her work has appeared in Hobart, Smokelong Quarterly’s “Why Flash Fiction” essay series, Matter Press, WhiskeyPaper, NANO Fiction, decomP MagazinE, Monkeybicycle, Dogzplot, Cease, Cows, Pure Slush, Flashfiction.net, Gone Lawn, The Airgonaut, FlashFlood, and other publications. You can find her at hillaryleftwich.contently.com or follow her on Twitter @HillaryLeftwich.
Hillary Leftwich discusses her personal connection to flash fiction in her SmokeLong Quarterly essay, “The Flash That Haunts Us.” Congrats, Hillary!
Hillary Leftwich talks about her writing journey over at Gay Degani’s Words in Place blog. In her post, she discusses the impact of early books on her childhood; she talks about motherhood, school, and the joy of her first publication in NANO Fiction; she talks about new goals and uncertainties as an MFA student at Regis University. Read the entire blog post here! And be sure to follow Hillary on Twitter @HillaryLeftwich
Hillary Leftwich’s flash fiction, “Bottle Rockets,” was published at Whiskey Paper on January 1st. Start off the new year with a bang, and read Hillary’s story here: http://whiskeypaper.com/bottle-rockets-by-hillary-leftwich/