I just finished reading Lincoln Michel‘s collection, Upright Beasts. One of my favorite stories is “Things Left Outside,” which also appears online at Weird Fiction Review: http://weirdfictionreview.com/2015/10/things-left-outside/.
An essay of Walter Robinson’s that was originally published in The Sun has now been picked up by Reader’s Digest, and you can read the whole piece here: http://www.rd.com/health/conditions/doctor-becomes-the-patient/. (Check out Walter’s new website for more of his work: https://wmrobinson.com/.)
Corina Zappia has a new piece, My Sandwich Is Going to Eat Me, at The Stranger: http://www.thestranger.com/food-and-drink/2017/01/03/24758265/my-sandwich-is-going-to-eat-me.
Kate Jayroe has an essay online at JMWW: https://jmwwblog.wordpress.com/2017/01/09/essay-parts-by-kate-jayroe/.
Keith Lesmeister interviewed Susan Pagani on his blog (Life as a Shorty) about her story, The Fledgling, in The Rappahannock Review: https://keithlesmeister.com/blog/.
Finally, I was excited to read Lynne Sharon Schwartz’s thoughts about the English poet Stevie Smith in this review: https://lareviewofbooks.org/article/looking-for-parents-and-cover-all-the-poems-of-stevie-smith/#! I didn’t know much about Smith’s poetry before reading this piece, and Lynne Sharon Schwartz continues to be so smart. I admire her more all of the time.