Peauxdunquians have more great news to report on the publications front:
- April Blevins Pejic‘s essay, “Genetic Driftwood,” will appear later this fall in the Massachusetts Review‘s 60th anniversary issue.
- Lavinia Spalding‘s essay, “Cabin,” originally published by Longreads, is being reprinted by Lonely Planet; and her story, “How Korean Karaoke Saved My Life,” originall published by World Hum, was reprinted by the New Zealand Herald.
- Susan Bennett Vallee‘s piece, “The Reality of Racism,” about Maurice Carlos Ruffin‘s debut novel, We Cast a Shadow, has been published by Vie magazine.
- Anne Babson‘s poem, “September Bunker,” will be published in Curator magazine; and her poems “Before” and “Findings at the Reichstag” will be published by India-based Ethos.
Maurice also moderated a conversation with friend-of-Peauxdunque Sarah Broom, on the packed-house/standing-room-only occasion of the release of her book, The Yellow House. Much love to our whole literary community!