New and Recent Publications by Low-Res MFA Mentors and Students

And now, for some Public Publication Kvelling –– From the Yiddish word Kveln, to be delighted

According to Dictionary.com:  kvell:  to be extraordinarily pleased; especially, to be bursting with pride, as over one's family. And we are certainly bursting with pride over the publication of these new books, stories, essays, poems and plays by members of the Miami Low-Res literary family.

New and Forthcoming Low-Residency MFA Publications in 2017

MENTOR PUBLICATIONS

Jim Heynen: Fiction
Historier om Drengene, Vandkunsten, Fall, 2017 (A collection of short-short stories about The Boys, translated into Danish) 
“Why Would A Woman Pour Boiling Water On Her Head?” in New Microfiction, Norton, 2018. 

Jacquelyn Mitchard:  Fiction
Two If By Sea, Simon and Shuster Reprint, March 2017 (Novel) 

Hoa Nguyen:  Poetry
"Narrative Poem After Charles Olson's Cole's Island", Carte Blanche, Montreal http://carte-blanche.org/articles/hoa-nguyen-narrative-poem-after/
"Cold Sore Lip Red Coat", Poetry Foundation, Chicago https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/144232/cold-sore-lip-red-coat

Josip Novakovich:   Fiction
Heritage of Smoke, Dzanc Books, Jan. 2017 (Short story collection)

Alissa Nutting: Fiction
Made for Love: A Novel  Ecco, July 2017

Hugh Sheehy:  Fiction
"The Basic Conditions," Guernica https://www.guernicamag.com/the-basic-conditions/
"The Question," The Collagist http://thecollagist.com/the-collagist/2017/1/20/the-question.html
"The Next Ice Age," Waxwing http://waxwingmag.org/items/issue13/35_Sheehy-The-Next-Ice-Age.php
Other Sheehy stories are forthcoming in Five Points and Hotel Amerika

Laura Van Prooyen: Poetry
Featured Illinois Poet in the 2017 Winter issue of Spoon River Poetry Review, which will include 10 poems and an interview (in which she makes mention of the Miami Low-Res MFA!).  Laura also has poems forthcoming in RHINO AND POETRY NORTHWEST.

  

STUDENT PUBLICATIONS

William Abbott: Poetry
"Florid," "Fire Boys," and "Papa" appeared in Muddy River Poetry Review:  http://www.muddyriverpoetryreview.com/Bill%20Abbott.pdf
“Our Hero,” http://www.bellaonline.com/review/issues/spring2017/p032.html
“The Collector,” Poet’s Haven, forthcoming.
“Dear Batman,” Yellow Chair Review, forthcoming.
“The Risk of Motion, Chaos Theories, Seeking Refuge,” Chiron Review, forthcoming.
“Gravity Theories,” Corvus Review, forthcoming. 
“A New Genesis,” Happy Captive Magazine, forthcoming.

Kimberly Jacobs-Beck:Poetry
A chapbook of poems, tentatively titled Torch, forthcoming from Wolfson Press.
“The Dangers of the Earth’s Extremes: Jessica Goodfellow’s Whiteout," The Rumpus http://therumpus.net/2017/11/whiteout-by-jessica-goodfellow/ 
“Michigan Women," Bright Sleep Magazinehttps://brightsleepmagazine.wordpress.com/latest-issue/
"MFA after 50," (guest blog post) at Trish Hopkinson: a Selfish Poet, June 18, 2017 https://trishhopkinson.com/2017/06/20/mfa-after-50-if-not-now-when-guest-blog-post-by-kim-jacobs-beck/
"Card Zero: The Fool," NILVX, June 2017.
"Torch," "Easter Egg," and "Upper Midwest Love Poem," at Apple Valley Review.  http://www.applevalleyreview.com/ (“Torch” and “Easter Egg” nominated for Best of the Net Poetry Award)
"Berry Patch" and "Observatory," Muddy River Poetry Review, Spring 2017. http://www.muddyriverpoetryreview.com/Kim%20Jacobs-Beck-1.pdf
"Monday," at Thank You for Swallowing, special American election edition.  https://thankyouforswallowing.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/fuck2016.pdf 

Geoffrey Girard: Fiction
Geoffrey Girard: Mary Rose, Adaptive Books, Oct. 2017 (Novel)
Truthers, Lerner Books, forthcoming, August, 2017 (Novel)

Robin Littell: Stories
“The Scowl,” republished in  Found Polaroids, a print collection.   “The Scowl” was originally published on-line.
“Going South” Literary Mama, Feb 2017 http://www.literarymama.com/fiction/archives/2017/02/going-south.html  

Casey McConahay: Stories
"Windmill," in the New Limestone Review. http://newlimestonereview.as.uky.edu/2017/11/01/windmill/
“At That White Funeral,” Glassworks, https://issuu.com/glassworksmagazine/docs/issue14

Andrew Miller: Multi-Genre
Poem - "Pre-camera Days" - Dryland Literary Magazine, forthcoming.
Essay - "The Nearest Exit May Be Behind You" - The Fanzine, forthcoming.
Nonfiction Book (co-author) - Turn The Lights On - Corpus Callosum Creations, forthcoming. 

Megan MoorePoetry
 “I asked my dad if he was happy when I was born" and "I was voted most likely to be a housewife" forthcoming in Capulet Mag.