I'm getting used to a publication every day, though it's not likely to happen again.
Beyond thrilled to have my cnf flash “Midcentury Modern” in CATAPULT today. Enormous thanks to editors Sophia Ordaz and Matt Ortile, for their close attention to my words, and to Genia Blum, for asking me to write something about depression (for a chapbook at QUEEN MOB’S TEAHOUSE before the teahouse collapsed) and reading it with such care.
This is the most I've ever been paid for a flash ($200), with the exception of one that one that placed first in a contest for $500.
The site looks more commercial than your usual indie zine, and the illustration is very fifties, a perky young woman with her hair flipped up. I'm not sure whether it's supposed to be me as a teenager, or my mother as a young wife. Or maybe the ideal of the period.