Publications

Stacy Austin Egan
Stacy Austin Egan's fiction chapbook You Could Stop it Here is available from PANK Books. Her essay "Two parents Conference Call at the Halt of the World" is forthcoming in Midway Journal (Vol.14.3). Her story "If Janie Shouted Back" is in Spring/Summer 2002 of december magazine (Vol. 31.1) subscribe here. Her story "Sugar Mountain" won second place in the Philadelphia Stories Marguerite McGlinn Prize for Fiction judged by Dan Chaon and is published in the Fall 2018 issue; click here to read it for free. Her story "What You Wanted All Along" is the winner of the Black Fox Literary Magazine 2017 contest and was nominated for a pushcart prize. Read the story for free here or order a print copy here. Her story "The Last Dare" appears in the Fall 2017 issue (33.3) of The MacGuffin click here to orderHer story "Itch" is in the Fall 2016 issue (17.1) of the New Plains Review; click here to order a copy on Amazon. Her story "Pinatas and Babes" is in the summer 2016 (6.3) issue of WomenArts Quarterly Journal; click here to order a copy. Her story "You Could Stop it Here" and interview is published in the summer 2016 issue of Driftwood Press (3.3); click here to order a print copy or read a digital copy for free. Her story "Mount Bonnell" is published in the October 2011 issue (6.12) of PANK Magazine. Read or listen to it for free by clicking here.  Read Stacy's interview about "Mount Bonnell" here.

Brendan Egan

Brendan Egan's short story "A Seller of Luxury Hair Products in a Texas Shopping Mall Recalls the Natural Springs of his Home Country" is forthcoming in Catapult. His story "Citrus Problems in the Home Landscape" is forthcoming in issue 77 of the Sonora Review. "War Rugs" is the winner of The Greensboro Review's Robert Watson Literary Prize and is published in issue 107, click here to subscribe or read at the link. His story "A Letter From My Father's First Wife to the U.S. Submarine Minneapolis-St. Paul" is in the fiction-exclusive Dark Holidays zine of Witness; a copy of the issue can be purchased here. His story "The Burning of New London" appears in the North American Review online (Summer 2019), click here to read for free. He was named as a finalist in The Missouri Review's 2019 Jeffery E. Smith Editors' Prize. His story "Luster" is in the Spring 2017 issue of Yemassee and the issue can be purchased here. His poem, "April in the Basin" appeared in the Fall 2013 issue of Quarterly West. He has two haiga poems (and photographs) in Lifting the Sky: Southwestern Haiku and Haiga. His flash fiction piece "Six Songs for the Sand" won 2nd place in the Revolution House Flash Fiction Contest judged by Randall Brown and was published online (no longer available). His poem "In Devil's Hopyard After the Fire" appeared in the summer 2013 issue of The Threepenny Review: click here to order past issues. His poem "Big Ones and Little" is in the Winter 2012 issue of Weave MagazineClick here. His poem "Confession: How I Drowned on the Long Island Sound" is in Crab Orchard's special issue, Due North. Click here for more information. His short story "Me and Tommy Inside the Family Fresh" is in Georgetown Review (10.1); Click here to order it. His poem "The Back Porch is the All Sliver-giving Paint Job" is in issue 56 of GargoyleOrder it here. "Mixed Monologues (from a play about glass swans)" is published in DIAGRAMClick here to read it for free or order the Anthology (Some From) DIAGRAM here.

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