I am taking a break from my two-week trip to Israel to fill you in on some news: my essay “Tulips” has been accepted for publication in the nest issue of Superstition Review, the online literary magazine at Arizona State University.
According to the publication’s very nice web site:
“Founded in 2007 at Arizona State University, Superstition Review is committed to publishing fresh art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction and poetry.
Superstition Review is an important teaching tool at ASU. The magazine is student designed, student maintained, and student edited. Superstition Review gives undergrads at ASU a one-semester crash course in magazine publishing. In less than 16 weeks, our student editors solicit work, read it, make selections, send rejections and acceptances, gather headshots and bios, build the pages, email proofs, make corrections, then launch and advertise the issue. They also run a blog, write press releases and format and design promotional materials.
Named after the beautiful Superstition Mountains to the north of our campus, Superstition Review publishes two issues each year in December and May.”
The current issue features work from writers Rachel Kadish, Brenda Miller, and Norman Dubie. The managing editor is Patricia Colleen Murphy. Many thanks to the editors for including my work.