My new column, “Exquisite Duet,” is up at Used Furniture Review. My story is “Junk Bond,” January 2013

http://usedfurniturereview.com/2013/01/24/meg-tuites-exquisite-duet-robert-vaughan-and-meg-tuite/ The first installment of my new column, Exquisite Duet, is published in Used Furniture Review. Two writers start with the same first sentence and write 250 words or less. Robert Vaughan’s story is The Lost and Erasable Parts of … Continue reading

My poem, “Not Always a Happy Place,” is published in “Clutching At Straws,” January 2013

http://clutchingatstraws.wordpress.com/2013/01/22/not-always-a-happy-place/ My sad poem, Not Always a Happy Place, is published in Clutching At Straws, January 2013. Thank you, Shawn Misener, for having the same demented sense of humor as I do. … Continue reading

“Thirteen,” was republished up at ‘The New Graffiti,’ Jan. 2013 Thank you, Timothy Gager

http://newgraffititheoriginal.wordpress.com/2013/01/07/the-grittiest-story-meg-tuite-ever-wrote/ Thirteen was republished in The New Graffiti, January 2013 (I was asked what was the grittiest story I have ever written. Well, here it is!) Thank you, Timothy Gager, for publishing Thirteen in your blog! Originally published at Santa Fe … Continue reading

Exquisite Quartet Anthology 2012 is now available for purchase. January 2013

http://www.lulu.com/shop/meg-tuite/exquisite-quartet-anthology-2012/paperback/product-20627117.html Exquisite Quartet Anthology 2012 is available for purchase. An outstanding group of writers: Mary Stone Dockery, Alex Pruteanu, Kristine Ong Muslim, Ben Tanzer, Len Kuntz, James Claffey, Timothy Gager, Kevin Ridgeway, Linda Hedrick, Angelle Scott, Joseph A.W. Quintela, Andrea … Continue reading

My flash “Lincoln Was Really a Woman,” is published in Bone Orchard Poetry, January 2013

http://www.boneorchardpoetry.blogspot.com/ My prose poem Abraham Lincoln Was Really a Woman is published in Bone Orchard Poetry, January 2013 Thank you, Michael Mc Aloran … Continue reading