March 8, 2014

Homan and Bogle

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.

February 4, 2014

Jess Arndt at matchbook

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.

January 20, 2014

Jennifer Pashley at matchbook!

A new and excellent piece up today called Hangovers.

We know about those, unfortunately, amirite?

January 7, 2014

Two things!

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.

December 9, 2013

J. Bradley at matchbook!

A little piece is up today at matchbook called Thread Counting.

It’s super great. Like you.

November 25, 2013

rob mclennan at matchbook!

Here we go.

We’ve got six short pieces for you at one time. WHAT?

Yes, six. They are by rob mclennan, famed Canadian.

He’s real. Read his work right here.

November 12, 2013

Adam Moorad at matchbook! AND SUBMISSIONS!

Okay so first things first. At matchbook right now is a short piece by Adam Moorad called Dying Cowboys. Please take a gander.

Second! Website submissions are now open! 

October 30, 2013

Brooks Rexroat at matchbook!

Here you go.

A new piece at matchbook.

Ever heard of an American Wake? It happens in Ireland.

There’s one in this story called All That Water.

October 14, 2013

Ben Segal at matchbook!

Ben Segal has a great little piece for you over at matchbook called Childpainter.

It has kind of an old feel to it. It also has kind of a new feel. Go figure.

September 30, 2013

Ruth Schiffmann at matchbook!

A new little story called Invisible is up at matchbook.

It is written by Ruth Schiffmann. Now you know.

Please read it!