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Kenyon Review story out now

My story, “Black Harness,” is out in this month’s Kenyon Review and online here.  This one’s about a Jewish girl, a German boy, a concentration camp, and some blood.  Not light reading, per se, but fairly short!

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Updates: Glimmer Train, HuffPo, Kenyon Review

A few updates and new pieces to read — 

1. The spring/summer Glimmer Train has dropped, including my story, “Even Angels Are Astonished.”  I’ve posted a short excerpt here.

2. I’ve got a new essay in this week’s Glimmer Train bulletin, on Narrative Arc in the Novel.

3. The Huffington Post has named “The Solidarity of Fat Girls” one of its 12 super short stories you can read in a flash.

4. The Kenyon Review has announced its short fiction contest winners, chosen (and commented on!) by one of my all-time favorite authors, Ann Patchett.  My story, “Black Harness,” is forthcoming this winter.

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