So excited to get an acceptance for my Joseph Cornell shadow box piece at SUPERSTITION REVIEW, a magazine I love and admire, my second appearance there. No word on whether they'll be reproducing the shadow box, which I really hope they do. (They don't usually have color reproductions, and my two sources are unofficial blogs; I have no idea whether permission is required, and from where.)
I can now announce that HARPY HYBRID REVIEW accepted my piece "Half Fish Tale, Half Ars Poetica," which was originally published in the print journal HOTEL AMERIKA. I'd love to see it get an online life. A mermaid figures prominently. I do love harpies though, and have been welcomed to "the harpy family." They're often monstrous looking, but the harpy in the REVIEW's logo is quite lovely.
My BENDING GENRES workshop starts today! 14 students, all experienced flash writers, and I know quite a few of them. Great writers! I can't wait to see what they produce!
I entered Kathy Fish's lottery for upcoming classes and got a place in the 3-day flash memoir class in December (on my birthday, in fact). Looking forward to it.