Curly Red Stories: Writers’ News

Curly Red Writers have been busy pollinating the planet with their talent. Let’s take a look at what a few of our writers have been up to. CALDER LORENZ Calder’s story, “out back by the rabbit pen” is now published at Switchback Issue 13. His story, “Confessions of a Baptist Janitor” was published with Quiet Lightening. Calder is now working steadily on a novel. I can’t wait to read it! Congratulations Calder! ……………………………………………….. HARMONY NEAL Harmony has new publications at Spork, Hobart, and NAP. And she is the current fiction fellow at Emory University. “What it’s like to die” at Spork Press “Patterson Thorndike is Dead“ at Hobart Journal “FOOTPRINTS“ at Nap Magazine Go Harmony! ……………………………………………………………….. NORA NADJARIAN (Cyprus, Europe) NORA NADJARIAN  (Cyprus, Europe) Exhibition is included inBest European Fiction 2011 (Edited by Aleksandar Hemon). Dalkey Archive Press, 2010 Mother Tongue is included in the anthology Being Human (Edited by Neil Astley). Bloodaxe Books, 2011 Girl, Wolf, Bones – a chapbook of modern day fairy tales: “an alternative trip …Read More

Letter from Curly Red

Hello and thank you for stopping by! I’m more than thrilled to offer a platform for our writers that shows off their talent more fully. I’m also excited to be introducing some new activities and changes to the magazine. But first a little history about our publishing hiatus for nearly a year. Curly Red Stories, originally didn’t intend to be a cyclical magazine. I had focused on design driven prose at Vermont College of Fine Arts and was hooked. I published a few writers in 08′ with the ‘working title’ of Curly Red Stories. However, I was more than a little surprised by the amount of enthusiasm for flash fiction. The word spread quickly. I was getting regular submissions. And people actually liked the title. I went with it and Curly Red Stories took on a life of it’s own, like all stories waiting to happen. However, I began CR Stories on iWeb. iWeb is really not set up for …Read More