HUMP Day Behind!

Hello everyone… Oops, this is what happens when you have back-to-back sibling reunions, graduations, and college departures, and general hubbub. Still, here are the links to all of the amazing writing this week:

1) Flash Fiction Fridays airs our August show! Theme is Jubilation and we hear a Super Flash Interview with Madison writer Angela Rydell who reads her story, “Conviction.” Then I read xTx’s story, “Jonah Questions.” http://www.wuwm.com/programs/lake_effect/lake_effect_segment.php?segmentid=9560

2) My poet friend Rachel Heimowitz tipped me to this amazing Vogue article about poet Sharon Olds: http://www.vogue.com/culture/article/fine-print-poet-sharon-olds-chronicles-the-end-of-her-marriage-in-a-new-collection/ – 1

3) One of my favorite writers, Lidia Yuknavitch stirs it up with “Explicit Violence” at The Rumpus: http://therumpus.net/2012/08/explicit-violence/

4) My former boss, Dan Pallotta, writes about what really happened with former company Pallotta Teamworks: http://blogs.hbr.org/pallotta/2012/08/when-my-business-failed.html – disqus_thread

5) Alex Pruteanu has a wonderful piece, “Some of Life” up at The Bookends Review. And word on the street is that editor Jason is looking for submissions: http://thebookendsreview.com/2012/08/24/alex-pruteanu-some-of-life/

6) Three refreshing poems by Bill Yarrow at Moira Poetry: http://moriapoetry.com/yarrow.html

7) Helen Vitoria brings panache with her latest, “Phoebe,” at Fwriction Review: http://www.fwrictionreview.com/post/30030828241/phoebe-by-helen-vitoria

8) A marvelous exchange with writers Christopher Allen and Marcus Speh at I Must Be Off: http://www.imustbeoff.com/2012/08/expat-author-interview-with-marcus-speh.html

9) Amazing friend and brilliant writer Julie Innis now has her very own Facebook Author Page. Join it before you lose sleep: http://www.facebook.com/JulieInnisWriter

10) Amy J. Clark is fiction contest winner at Solstice with “Rheumatic Fever:” http://solsticelitmag.org/fiction-contest-winner-rheumatic-fever/

I want to thank Michael Gillian Maxwell for making my first JMWW Flash Fiction course one of the best experiences I’ve ever had! His enthusiasm, willingness to try new approaches, coaching/communication skills and natural talent all added up to the highlight, and surprise of my summer. Thanks, Jen Michalski for suggesting this, and Michael, for signing on.

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About Robert Vaughan

Originally from NY, writer, editor, and workshop leader, his poems and fiction are widely published in print and online magazines, such as Necessary Fiction, BlazeVOX, Connotation Press, Metazen, Thrice, Literary Orphans and Housefire. He is Senior Flash editor at JMWW and Lost in Thought magazines and leads round- tables for Redoak Writing. He is a six times Pushcart Prize Nominee and his fiction and poetry have won awards, including a Micro-Fiction runner-up (2012) and twice a finalist in the Gertrude Stein Fiction Award (2013-14). His collections are: Microtones (Cervena Barva Press); Diptychs + Triptychs + Lipsticks + Dipshits (Deadly Chaps): Addicts & Basements (Civil Coping Mechanisms) and RIFT, co-authored with Kathy Fish (Unknown Press).
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17 Responses to HUMP Day Behind!

  1. Troy says:

    Yes, this HUMP, on any given day, is the best! Thanks, Robert!

  2. Cynthia says:

    A stunning list of writing this week. Thanks for taking your time to assemble it all.

  3. Dez says:

    You are nothing short of pure brilliance, my friend!

  4. Brenda Holiday says:

    Here comes Brenda! I know how you love the B’s…great blog, bud. Cheap trick.

  5. megtuite says:

    LOVE, as always!! Thank you, Robert, for bringing us the latest on HUMP DAY!!! xo

  6. CA says:

    Thank you, RV! 🙂

  7. Dear Robert, thank you for featuring the interview with Chris Allen in your HUMP. Every time you hump you create a anthology of modern culture: not mono, but multi. Cheers from Berlin, the capital of HUMP.

  8. Michael Gillan Maxwell says:

    Hi Robert,
    I was blown away with surprise when I got to the last paragraph of this post. I had no idea and my jaw just dropped! Wow! Thank YOU for a wonderful, stimulating and most inspiring course. It was the perfect next step for my work and really gave me a jump start in a new direction. I deeply appreciate your patience, humor, and encouragement and your constructive insights. It was really fun and most memorable!
    MGM

  9. Debbie says:

    Love this! Great post. When is your own poetry chapbook coming out. I think you said September? E-mail me please!

  10. Danny says:

    Great post, again Robert. You continue to provide so much entertainment!

  11. Warren B. says:

    Your radio show is incredible every single month! I really enjoy it, as well as the rest of this blog, too.

  12. Amalia says:

    Fantastic again, Robert! You rock.

  13. Karen White says:

    So much information for one little site! Thanks for this.

  14. Fantastic site. Love the varied information week-to-week!

  15. Andrea says:

    LOVING Brenda’s reference! Love the B’s and love the blog. Nice!

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  17. Jim Ross says:

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