Another publication update for Peauxdunque denizens:
The newest Peauxdunquian,
Andrew Kooy, will have his short story “Eclipse” published by , at the end of October. Blood and Thunder: Musings on the Art of Medicine
And our Peauxdunque-in-L.A. man of letters,
, will have his poem “Moby Dick Joins the Circus” published in the next issue of Tom Carson (though under a different title). Black Clock
Also, Peauxdunque peaux-et
recently had three poems published in Issue 3 of Cassie Pruyn , which you can purchase Big Big Wednesday here.
Looking forward to reading all of these! More updates soon.
Another few weeks have passed since the last Peauxdunque update, and that means another few weeks’ worth of good news:
More Peauxdunquian news is in the pipeline. Stay tuned for further updates!
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Another month, another set of publications and other writing recognition for the fine folks of Peauxdunque and their good friends …
and Terri Stoor have had work selected for the upcoming Maurice Ruffin New Orleans By New Orleans book project, which should come out at the end of this month. Joselyn Takacs, currently in Baltimore working on her MFA at Johns Hopkins, has the Story of the Week at Narrative, “ Flares of Little Warning.” Also, Arion Berger and both have stories in the latest issue of Tom Carson Black Clock. has been admitted to the MFA program in fiction at UNO’s Tad Bartlett Creative Writing Workshop, where he will begin this fall.
Friend of Peauxdunque
has launched a new column, L. Kasimu Harris Parish Chic, at The Oxford American’s online site, using fashion as a lens to illuminate the human condition.
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