AWP Won’t Stop Us From Keeping Track of You

Congratulations to Tim Jones Yelvington and Stephen Mills, both finalists in the 2009 Best of the Net competition. We also congratulate the many fine writers who have been selected for inclusion in that anthology including PANK contributor Diane Lockward.

Dzanc has released the final lineup for Best of the Web 2010 and several of our contributors included such as Aaron Burch, Myfanwy Collins, Scott Garson, Molly Gaudry, Mary Hamilton (twice!), Dave Housley, Jac Jemc, Matthew Kirkpatrick, Sean Lovelace, Ravi Mangla, Steven McDermott, Mary Miller, Kyle Minor, Cami Park, Jennifer Pieroni, Michelle Reale, Matthew Simmons, Angi Becker Stevens, JA Tyler, William Walsh, Brandi Wells, Kevin Wilson and Rachel Yoder.

April elimae blooms with writing from Lauren Becker, Jimmy Chen, Ryan Ridge, Kathleen Heil, and  David Erlewine. You can also find David this week at Staccato Fiction.

Hold on tight. Everyday Genius is being edited by Blake Butler this month.

Gabe Welsch has work up in a couple of places:  Panhandler and    2River View.

Garrett Socol’s short story THE HONEYMOON PERIOD appears in the April issue of the great UK-based journal Nth Position.

In the Spring 2010 issue of Knockout, you will find poetry from Stephen S. Mills and J.P. Dancing Bear.

Per Contra is debuting a new issue which includes fiction from one Mel Bosworth.

DecomP Magazine celebrates its sixth anniversary (congratulations!) and includes writing from  Donna Vitucci, Corey Mesler and Thomas Patrick Levy.

At Sleep.Snort. Fuck. Ani Smith tells us An Obscure Blow Job Story #2.

xTx has a poem up at Black Listed Magazine.

Ten Everywhere interviews Molly Gaudry and it’s a fine read.

The fourth issue of A cappella Zoo is now available and pieces will be going live online throughout the month of April. This latest issue includes work from Amber Noelle Sparks, audri sousa, Ben Loory, Kyle Hemmings, JA Tyler, Eric Burke and Catherine ZIckgraf.

That Ben Loory story is online at The New Yorker.

Ethel Rohan’s Reduced is up at Dark Sky Magazine and it is a really finely nuanced piece of writing.

In the April issue of The Northville Review you will find work from Jason Jordan and Gregory Sherl.

2 thoughts on “AWP Won’t Stop Us From Keeping Track of You

  1. HOW DID YOU EVEN KNOW ABOUT THAT POEM AT BLACK LISTED?!?!?!

    NOW YOU ARE REALLY SCARING ME!!!

    HOW COME EVERYWHERE I GO MEL IS THERE?!?!?!

    APOCALYPSE!

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