We are thrilled to announce that Jennifer S. Cheng (Moon: Letters, Maps, Poems) has been awarded a $25,000 Creative Writing Fellowship in Poetry, from the National Endowment of the Arts. We'd like to congratulate all the other winners as well -- with a special nod to TS Magazine contributor Kiki Petrosino!
Our thanks to Julie Marie Wade at The Rumpus for her fascinating trans-genre engagement with Jennifer S. Cheng's Moon: Letters, Maps, Poems (TS 2018).
"What I finally understand is that the stories for and about people like us are not real. They are borne of fear and control. They are ghost stories authored by people who haven’t the courage to place their fingers upon the planchette, never mind open themselves to the apparition." -- Piper J. Daniels
The new issue of The Evergreen Review features "To Grandmother’s House," a story from Rebecca Brown's Not Heaven, Somewhere Else (TS 2018).
We are delighted to announce that Piper J. Daniels’s debut collection of essays, Ladies Lazarus (TS 2018) has been longlisted for the PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay.
Dennis Cooper's "Favorite fiction, poetry, non-fiction, film, art, and internet of 2018" includes Rebecca Brown's Not Heaven, Somewhere Else (TS 2018) -- among a million other must-reads and must-sees.
We're grateful to Publishers Weekly for naming Jennifer S. Cheng's Moon: Letters, Maps, Poems (Tarpaulin Sky Press) among the "Best Books of 2018."
Steven Dunn discusses his new novel, drawing on ten years in the Navy, water & power, published this October by Tarpaulin Sky Press.