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Many writers featured in Read Short Fiction have other work published, and we’d like to share it with our readers! To our writers: we compiled this on our own, so if you were published by RSF and you’ve got some publication news you’d like to share, please feel free to drop us a line at our submissions email address.

Back Roads and Frontal Lobes by Brady Allen
Post Mortem Press published Brady Allen (“Dog Farts and Dancer Girls,” May 2011)’s collection Back Roads and Frontal Lobes in 2012. To purchase the collection on Amazon: http://amzn.com/0615698395

Congratulations to Anna Scotti (“The Touchstone of Validity is My Own, Like, Experience,” December 2012). Former United States Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky earlier this year selected her as a finalist for the 2014 New Orleans Literary Prize.

Survival Skills by Jean Ryan

Jean Ryan (“The Spider in the Sink,” June 2011) ’s short story collection, Survival Skills, was published by Ashland Creek Press and nominated for a Lambda Literary Award. To purchase on Amazon: http://amzn.com/1618220217

Nelkie's Quest by A.J. Profeta

A.J. Profeta (“The Limo Driver’s Diary,” December, 2010) has published his novel, Nelkie’s Quest – which was sixteen years in the making — through Outskirts Press. To purchase on Amazon: http://amzn.com/1478730862

Pacific Offerings by Tom Mahony

Tom Mahony (“Hippie Market,” October 2009)’s
first novel, Imperfect Solitude, was published by Casperian Books in 2010; his second novel, Flooding Granite, was published in 2011. His third novel, Pacific Offering, was released on November 1, 2012. For purchase links, visit his website at http://www.tommahony.net/

The Prophetess

David Landrum (“Handy Man,” November 2009)’s novel The Prophetess was published by eLectio Publishing in April 2014. You can pick that up on Amazon here: http://amzn.com/163213019X

Horse Thieves...by Patrick Scalisi

Patrick Scalisi (“Ragnarok,” January 2010)’s debut collection, The Horse Thieves, and Other Tales of the New West, was published by Hazardous Press in July of 2014. You can purchase that here: http://amzn.com/0615962076

Secrets of Yden by S.G. Rogers

S.G. Rogers (“The Heartbreak Next Door,” February 2011) has had several novels published. The best way to track them all down is to visit her Amazon Author Page.

The Art of Adapting by Cassandra Dunn

Cassandra Dunn (“The Minx,” March 2011)’s debut novel, The Art of Adapting, was published by Touchstone in the summer of 2014 and is available here: http://amzn.com/B00N4ISCDM

Maniac by Patrick Whittaker

Patrick Whittaker (“Flat Pack,” April 2012)’s horror/urban fantasy/detective novel Maniac was published by Musa Publishing in 2011. It’s available here: http://amzn.com/B006PL1E3A

The Hole by William Meikle

William Meikle (“Frost,” April 2013) is exceptionally prolific; the best way to keep up with all of his most recent works is on his Amazon page.

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