My piece “Fingerprints” is an ekphrastic piece inspired by the brilliant art of Jake Sandi and put together by the brilliant poet, Michael Cooper with his music in video form! Thank you so much, Jake and Michael, for this collaboration! May 2016
Posted in audio recording, Flash Fiction, videos |
Tagged art collaborative, Ekphrastic writing, Fingerprints, flash fiction, Jake Sandi, Meg Tuite, Michael Cooper, video, youtube |
May 2016 Exquisite Duet with John Van Wagner and Kona Morris published in JMWW
Thank you, John, Kona, and Jen Michalski!
is available on Amazon, published by Lined Up Like Scars Flash: The International Short-Short Story Press, April 2016
Thank you so much, Ash Chantler and Peter Blair!
Katy Haas writes an excellent, in-depth review of the latest Blink-Ink Quarterly: #23, April 2016
Thank you, Sally Reno and Doug Matthewson, for an exceptional magazine! So honored to be in it!
Posted in Flash Fiction |
Tagged April 2016, Blink-Ink Quarterly, Doug Matthewson, flash fiction, Gay Degani, Jennifer Davis, Katy Haas, Kona Morris, Len Kuntz, Meg Tuite, micro-fiction, Mystery Train, New Pages, review of Blink-Ink #23, Sally Reno |
The House That Made Me Anthology is available for purchase: 19 writers googled homes they lived in and wrote essays on experiences. Thank you, Grant Jarrett, for putting this beauty together and Spark Publishing for putting it out there! April 2016
Posted in anthology, essay |
Tagged 19 writers, Anthology, Antonya Nelson, April 2016, essays, googling a house we lived in, Grant Jarrett, Jen Michalski, Lee Upton, Meg Tuite, non-fiction, Paul McVeigh, Porochista Khakpour, Roy Kesey, Ru Freeman, Spark Publications, The House That Made Me Anthology |
50 word stories published in Blink-Ink Quarterly are recorded by 11 authors on Rocky Mountain Revival, April 2016
Thank you, Levi Noe, the founder of Rocky Mountain Revival, and Sally Reno and Doug Matthewson, the founders of Blink-Ink Quarterly! Great writers, great readings!
Posted in audio recording, Flash Fiction |
Tagged April 2016, audio recording, audio recording of published 50 word stories, Blink-Ink Quarterly, Catfish McDaris, Doug Matthewson, flash fiction, Gay Degani, Jayne Martin, Jonathan Cardew, Levi Noe, Meg Tuite, Nancy Stohlman, Paul Beckman, Rocky Mountain Review, Sally Reno |
Book review of
by I’m From Electric Peak Bud Smith and an interview with him about his writing philosophy and books. Thank you, Brittany Warren, for publishing it in Literary Orphans.
Posted in Book Reviews & Interviews, Fiction |
Tagged book review, Brittany Warren, Bud Smith, Bud Smith & Meg Tuite, Fiction, I'm From Electric Peak, interview, Literary Orphans, March 2016, Meg Tuite, novella |
REVIEW: Her Skin is a Costume by Meg Tuite
Book review of
Her Skin is a Costume up at by The Volta Blog Laura Madeline Wiseman, March 2016
Thank you so much, Madeline!
Posted in Book Reviews & Interviews, Books & Chapbooks, Flash Fiction |
Tagged book review, chapbook, flash fiction, Her Skin is a Costume, Laura Madeline Wiseman, March 2016, Meg Tuite, RedBird Chaps, The Volta Blog |
Root People was published in the anthology, In Case We Die, edited by Bud Smith and Aaron Dietz. Get a copy! It’s mesmerizing!
Posted in anthology, essay, Writing |
Tagged Aaron Dietz, Anthology, Ben Loory, Ben Tanzer, Bud Smith, Chuck Howe, Erin Parker, Gay Degani, Heather Dorn, In Case We Die Anthology, March 2016, Meg Tuite, non-fiction, Paula Bomer, Peter Schwartz, Robert P. Kaye, Root People, Steven Gowin, strange unexplainable stories, Unknown Press |