Eggtooth Editions will be unveiling their inaugural chapbook contest for any genre of writing. Contest entry deadline is December 15th. Come to this event to find out more! The event will also feature readings by two of the contest judges. Tacey M. Atsitty, Diné, is Tsénahabiłnii (Sleep Rock People) and born for Ta’neeszahnii (Tangle People) from Cove, AZ. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Crab Orchard Review, Kenyon Review Online, Prairie Schooner, Crazyhorse, New Orleans Review, New Poets of the American West Anthology, and other publications. Cybele Knowles writes stories, nonfiction, poems, and scripts. Her writing has appeared in Fairy Tale Review, The Destroyer, Spiral Orb, Diagram, Pindeldyboz, The Asian Pacific American Journal, Faucheuse, and The Prose Poem. She works as the Program Coordinator for the UA Poetry Center. Sunday, September 13, 2pm, at Firecreek.
Other Editors Include:
Will Cordeiro received his MFA and Ph.D. from Cornell University. His work appears or is forthcoming in BOAAT, Copper Nickel, Cortland Review, Crab Orchard Review, CutBank Online, Drunken Boat, Fourteen Hills, Harpur Palate, Hawai‘i Review, Phoebe, Sentence and elsewhere. He is grateful for a John Hollander Scholarship from Sewanee Writers’ Conference and a Truman Capote Writer’s Fellowship as well as residencies from ART 342, Blue Mountain Center, Ora Lerman Trust, Petrified Forest National Park, and Risley AIR at Cornell University. He lives in Flagstaff, Arizona, where he is a faculty member in the Honors Program at Northern Arizona University.
M.S. Coe grew up in the Mojave Desert, attended University of Arizona as an undergraduate, and earned her MFA from Cornell University, where she twice received the Arthur Lynn Andrews Award for Fiction. Her stories have been published in Antioch Review and Electric Literature, and she has been awarded residencies from Herbert Hoover National Park, Petrified Forest National Park, and Ora Lerman Trust. She works as an administrative associate for the Center for Bioengineering Innovations at Northern Arizona University.
Ted McLoof teaches fiction at the University of Arizona. His work has appeared in Minnesota Review, Bellevue Literary Review, The Rumpus, Monkeybicycle, Hobart, DIAGRAM, Kenyon Review, Louisville Review, Juked, and elsewhere. He’s been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and a Best of the Net Award. Follow him at @TedMcloof.
Tacey M. Atsitty, Diné, is Tsénahabiłnii (Sleep Rock People) and born for Ta’neeszahnii (Tangle People) from Cove, AZ. She is a recipient of the Truman Capote Creative Writing Fellowship, the Corson-Browning Poetry Prize, and Morning Star Creative Writing Award. She holds degrees from Brigham Young University and the Institute of American Indian Arts and an MFA in Creative Writing from Cornell University. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Crab Orchard Review, Kenyon Review Online, Prairie Schooner, Crazyhorse, New Orleans Review, New Poets of the American West Anthology, and other publications. She currently works as Copy Editor for the Navajo Times and lives in New Mexico.
CREATIVE NONFICTION EDITOR
Cybele Knowles writes stories, nonfiction, poems, and scripts. She grew up in New York City and San Diego, and she studied at U.C. Berkeley and the University of Arizona. Her writing has appeared in Fairy Tale Review, The Destroyer, Spiral Orb, Diagram, Pindeldyboz, The Asian Pacific American Journal, Faucheuse, and The Prose Poem. She works as the Program Coordinator for the UA Poetry Center.
Les Hunter has written for all three parts of the collaborative Jackson Heights Trilogy (Theatre 167, Queens Theatre, published by Indie Theatre Now). Other dramatic projects include his plays Biggest Break (Artistic New Directions), Lion of the East (Bates College, Tribeca P.A.C.), Cyrano de Bergen County, New Jersey (published: Playscripts), Notes Towards a Dialectical Theatre Deconstructed, Reconstructed, and Ultimately Discarded: A Love Story (St. Joseph’s College, Collective:Unconscious, Brooklyn Playwrights Collective) and To the Orchard (Foundation for Jewish Culture New Play Award); an American adaptation with Ozen Yula of his play, For Rent (L.P.A.C., dev., The Lark); a devised piece, What is Love? with Anjanette Hall (Baldwin Wallace University); a screenplay, Lion (Dubai Film Connection); and a musical, ’99, with Ben Morss of the band Cake (Theatre 167, Millikan University). Les’s essays, articles, and short stories have appeared in American Theatre Magazine, Fiction Southeast, OffOffOnline, The Dramatist, Cutbank Literary Magazine, Experimental O’Neill, The Eugene O’Neill Review, Ecumenica, and Comparative Drama. Les is an Assistant Professor of English at Baldwin Wallace University, Literary Director of Theatre 167, and past Curator of New Plays at LaGuardia Performing Arts Center.
HYBRID/OTHER GENRES EDITOR
Jared Harel was awarded the 2015 Stanley Kunitz Memorial Prize from the American Poetry Review. Additionally, his poems have been published in Tin House, The Threepenny Review, The Southern Review, Shenandoah and Ecotone. Jared’s chapbook, The Body Double was published by Brooklyn Arts Press in 2012, and he was awarded a 2015 Individual Artist Grant from Queens Council on the Arts. A graduate of Cornell’s MFA program, he lives in Astoria, Queens, teaches writing at Nassau Community College, and plays drums for the twang-rock band, The Dust Engineers. For more info, go to: www.jaredharel.com.