My short story “Clear Blue Michigan Sky” will appear in Green Mountains Review, Issue 22, No. 2.
From Tracy Slater’s recent article in the Boston Globe listing the top ten New England-based literary magazines:
GREEN MOUNTAINS REVIEW
WHY WE ADMIRE IT: Because it’s put out by a small college in Vermont without the resources of some of the others on this list but still consistently turns out the kind of prose and poetry that earns praise from the likes of Robert Atwan, founder and series editor of “Best American Essays.” Atwan puts this review (as well as many others mentioned here) among the journals he sees every year when he’s looking for items to include in his collection of greats.
WHERE IT ORIGINATES: Johnson State College, in Johnson, Vt., under the editorship of Neil Shepard.
WHOM IT PUBLISHES: Agha Shahid Ali, Robert Bly, Paul Hoover, Mary Oliver, Alicia Ostriker, and other “well-known authors and promising newcomers” writing poems, stories, and creative nonfiction.