This $5,000 award—jointly funded by the state of South Dakota and the National Endowment for the Arts—is “designed to support emerging artists committed to advancing their work and careers by providing funding to produce new work.”
SD Arts Council allocates $1.26 million in grants
These funds will importantly help alleviate financial pressure, allowing me to more quickly push various projects toward conclusion.
Deep gratitude goes out to the NEA, and, as well, the South Dakota Arts Council.
Recently fiction was featured by the literary journal Conjunctions.
Follow the link below to experience “Camp Gesticulslapper”:
“it all melts down to this (chapter 12)”–a text inspired the extraordinary drawings of Dale Williams–which originally appeared in The Offbeat, a journal out of Michigan State University, will be included in Best American Experimental Writing 2020 guest edited by Joyelle McSweeney and Carmen Maria Machado (Wesleyan University Press).
For more information about the forthcoming volume, click the link below:
Bat City Review—a literary journal out of the University of Texas (Austin)—is featuring Chapter 5 of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines.
To sample this work, follow the link below
The first excerpts from Cage Dies Bird Flies Phase III, Giant Miniature Illuminations, appear in the second issue of Epic Eye, a national journal much longer, wider, and slicker than those I usually publish in:
“August Bloom Log, Entry 1: Emergence” appears in the fall 2017 issue of St. Petersburg Review.
According to the editors: “The journal was founded in 2007 to honor the spirit of samizdat, the disenfranchised Soviet writers’ practice of publication through whatever means, and to celebrate the Russian literary tradition of perseverance. Over the years we have expanded the scope and breadth of our journal to feature work by writers from more than 50 countries.”
“Dunasaygrlomiplin” is the title of the story.
To learn more about the journal, follow this link: