Shannon Cain

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Dawn Abeita published short fiction in Quiddity and The Superstition Review.


Lauren Alwan’s story, “The Foreign Cinema,” was included in the top 25 finalists for Glimmer Train’s Fiction Open.


Essays by Margo Barnes appeared in the Owen Wister Review and Brevity.


Andy Christensen was accepted into the MFA program at the University of Virginia.


Michelle Regalado Deatrick’s poetry appeared in Crab Creek Review and American Literary Review, was awarded Winner and First-Runner Up in the Chautaugua Poetry Contest, and is forthcoming in The Mountain, an anthology from Outrider Press.


Ali Etaraz’s second book, a collection of stories entitled Falsipedies & Fibsiennes, is forthcoming from Guernica Editions.


Deborah Fries published her second book of prose poems, The Bright Field of Everything, with Kore Press.


Helen Hooper completed a Stegner Fellowship at Stanford University.


“Dunk Tank,” a story by Karen Kates, was published in The Chicago Quarterly Review.


Short fiction by Cheryl Diane Kidder appeared in The Potomac Review, Writing Disorder, Hermeneutic Chaos Literary Journal, Fractured West, and Roadside Fiction, among others.


Kate Marshall’s first book, Corridor: Media Architecture in American Fiction, was published by the University of Minnesota Press.


Kate Milliken’s first book, If I’d Known You Were Coming, was published by the University of Iowa Press as the winner of the John Simmons Short Fiction Award.


David Naimon’s essay, “Third Ear,” was published in Fourth Genre.


Bob Oldshue published stories in The New England Review and The Gettysburg Review.


Nathan Poole’s debut short story collection, Father, Brother, Keeper, was published by Sarabande Books as the winner of the Mary McCarthy Prize for Short Fiction.


“Mexicali Death Metal,” a story by Tiffany Jean Poremba, will appear in the anthology Roadside Curiosities: Stories about American Pop Culture, forthcoming from the University of Leipzig Press.


Baby’s On Fire, Liz Prato’s debut short story collection, is forthcoming from Press 53.


Marta Rose was accepted into the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College, and her story “Trespass” appeared in The Colorado Review.


“Dream On,” a story by Angela K. Small, appeared in The Three Quarter Review.


Carol Test is teaching fiction writing at Arizona State University.


Kara Waite’s story, “Where the Dogs Have Built Their Secret City,” will appear in the anthology Roadside Curiosities: Stories about American Pop Culture, forthcoming from the University of Leipzig Press.


Stories by Erin Wilcox appeared in Crack the Spine and Cirque.

 

Publications, Awards, Honors, Acceptances

2013-2014