New Publications forthcoming by Kooy and Bartlett

More publications are forthcoming from Peauxdunquians Andrew Kooy and Tad Bartlett.

Andrew‘s short story, “Big and Strong,” will appear in the “Saints”-themed issue of Montreal-based journal, Ricky’s Back Yard. The issue will be released in May 2016.

Tad‘s short story, “The Non-Artists,” will be published in The Mulberry Fork Review, an online journal run out of Vancouver, Glasgow, and Hanceville, Alabama. Their latest issue with Tad’s story will be released the week of April 11, 2016.

Finally, big news is the publication of Tad‘s novella, Marchers’ Season, by the Boston-based Novella-TNovella-T has come up with a new distribution and compensation model for the hard-to-publish novella form. They serialize novellas and distribute installments weekly to subscribers, splitting the subscription revenue with the authors. Marchers’ Season will appear in six installments beginning on April 18, 2016.

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Andrew Kooy and Tad Bartlett on either side of the group at Peauxdunque's 2016 Writers' Camp in Hopedale, Louisiana. Left-to-right: Andrew Kooy, Maurice Carlos Ruffin, Susan Bennett Vallee, Denise Moore, Cassie Pruyn, Emilie Staat, Terri Shrum, Emily Capdeville, J.Ed. Marston, Susan Kagan, Emily Choate, and Tad Bartlett.

Andrew Kooy and Tad Bartlett on either side of the group at Peauxdunque’s 2016 Writers’ Camp in Hopedale, Louisiana. Left-to-right: Andrew Kooy, Maurice Carlos Ruffin, Susan Bennett Vallee, Denise Moore, Cassie Pruyn, Emilie Staat, Terri Shrum, Emily Capdeville, J.Ed. Marston, Susan Kagan, Emily Choate, and Tad Bartlett.