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  • Michele Young-Stone, Lost in the Behive, Los Angeles Review, November 2018, http://losangelesreview.org/review-lost-beehive-michele-young-stone

  • Appalachian Media Institute and Appalshop, Four Short Films for the Summer Documentary Institute at AMI, Journal of Appalachian Studies (Forthcoming)

  • RoseMetal Press, My Very Own End of the Universe, Los Angeles Review, 2015

  • Dasha Kelly, Almost Crimson, Los Angeles Review, September 2015

  • Nancy Reisman, Trompe L’Oeil, Lost Angeles Review, August 2015

  • Laura Van Den Berg, Find Me, Fjords Review, August 2015

  • Elisa Albert, After Birth, Ragazine, June 2015

  • Michele Young-Stone, Above us Only Sky, Bookslut, May 2015

  • Joshual Dolezal, Down from the Mountaintop, Fjords Review, February 2015

  • Laura Long, Out of Peel Tree, Los Angeles Review, April 2015

  • Ashley Farmer, Beside Myself, Los Angeles Review, 2014

  • Fiona Maazel, Woke Up Lonely, Los Angeles Review, November 2014

  • Scott McClanahan, Hill William, Fjords River, 2014

  • Leticia Trent, Echo Lake, Los Angeles Review, 2014

  • Mary Akers, Bones of an Inland Sea, Harpur Palate, 2013

  • Jen Michalski, The Tide King, Fjords Review, 2014

  • Heather Fowler, This Time While We’re Awake, Los Angeles Review, 2014

  • John Gosslee, Blitzkrieg, Los Angeles Review, November 2013

  • Poe Ballantine, Love and Terror on the Howling Plains of Nowhere, Los Angeles Review, August, 2013

  • Chris Fink, Farmers Almanac, Los Angeles Review, July 2013

  • Robert Kloss, Alligators of Abraham, Los Angeles Review  

  • Amy Willoughby-Burle, Out Across the Nowhere, Los Angeles Review, April 2013

  • Scott McClanahan, Crapalachia, Paste, March 2013

  • Michele Young-Stone’s Handbook for Lightning Strike Survivors, Blackbird, Fall 2010, Vol. 9, No. 2

  • Belle Boggs, Mattaponi Queen, Balitmore Review, Spring 2011

  • Ann Pancake, Strange as this Weather has Been, Shenandoah Review, Spring 2008

  • Jeanne M. Leiby, Downriver, Mid-American Review, Spring 2008