WINTER IS HERE – NEW ISSUE OF THE WRITING DISORDER

The Winter 2013-14 issue of The Writing Disorder is now online. This edition features an interview with renowned author, Chang-rae Lee, as well as some remarkable new works of fiction, poetry, nonfiction and art. Be sure to check it out. It’s a big issue.

http://www.thewritingdisorder.com/index.html

IN THIS ISSUE: NEW FICTION
Michael Andreoni – Tea Party
Sean Croft – Janus
April Dávila – Falling
Gale Deitch – Pressing Matters
Ceri Eagling – Observing the Decencies
Brittany Lynn Goss – How Kasumi Became Sang-Hui
Mark Hollock – Gray Eye
Mercedes Lucero – What We Know About Flying Without Wings
Gary Noland – The Pipsqueak Scrolls
Danny Olea – Choke On It
Melissa Palmer – Mr. Pollack in the Eyes of a Madwoman
David Vardeman – The Beloved of My Beloved
Shanna Yetman – Window

NEW INTERVIEW –
CHANG-RAE LEE, author of the new book, On Such a Full Sea

NEW POETRY –
ANGELA HIBBS
JEFFREY LEE OWENS
PATTY SEYBURN
GRAY TOLHURST
JOSEPH TROMBATORE

NEW NONFICTION –
Breathe In an Apartment, Breather Out a Typhoon by Stephanie Flood
I’m Not Fat, I’m American by Jessica Caudill
The Same River Twice by Elizabeth Bales Frank
For My Northern Parents by J.D. Lynn
Tabernacles and The Terror of Land:
The Perpetually Temporary in Our Dwelling by Elen Rochlin

BOOK REVIEW –
Thomas Pynchon’s Bleeding Edge by David Letzler

NEW ARTWORK –
Dialogue: Land, Wheel + Words by Kayla Roseclere & Ashley Inguanta
Writing With Light by Alexandra Stratan
The Illustrative Woman by Laura Watson

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