You might have noticed no new work yesterday at matchbook. Don’t worry, that’ll change! Expect new stuff on August 4th!
Also, we’ll be opening to submissions for a brief one week period! Starting very soon! Like in the next couple days! You have been warned!
Our last piece posted was by Jim Breslin, called Found Letter. Please do yourself a small favor and read it!
This week is a different ballgame by Tatiana Ryckman, an editor of The Austin Review. Her story Tetalita will be up for the next two weeks!
matchbook is proud to have two writers in Wigleaf’s Top 50!
Congratulations to Ruth Schiffman for her story Invisible and to Seth Simons for his story What the Ghost Said!
Two additional stories made the Long List!
Congrats to Lauren Becker for her story What Morning Is and to Christy Crutchfield for her story The Archivist’s Mother!
Super great story up right now at matchbook by Katie Hoffman.
It’s called Hawks. Take a gander here.
In the last few weeks there have been two stellar pieces at matchbook.
First was Ann Bogle’s Robins. Short and amazing.
Up right now is a Brandi Homan’s Dear Darla. It is longer and amazing.
You are also amazing.
A new longish story at matchbook went up yesterday. We think you’ll like it. It’s called Serape. Please do your thing you do with it.
A new and excellent piece up today called Hangovers.
We know about those, unfortunately, amirite?
The snow and cold have overtaken us.
We leave you then with two pieces. One from our last post and our newest.
The last was a great piece by Frances Badgett called Caught Among the Branches.
The other is our newest up right now by Sam Martone, entitled The Cave Where Your Father Dies.
We’ll stay home. Hope you will too.
A little piece is up today at matchbook called Thread Counting.
It’s super great. Like you.