Category: Short Story Publications

Shaaru Menon published in Kweli Journal

We’re so pleased to announce that Shaaru Menon (Fiction 2012) has published a short story in Kweli!  Here’s the beginning, to give you a taste: By the time Neeli met Hassan he was a nobody. His last successful film was almost a decade ago and even that hadn’t gone beyond two weeks at the box office. […]

Antonio Elefano featured in list of great short stories

Very cool news for Antonio Elefano, whose short story, “Italy,” was recently featured in a sweet Buzzfeed list: 29 Short Stories You Need To Read In Your Twenties!  Antonio’s story made it onto the same list as Joyce, Flannery O’Connor, Borges, Hemingway, and Vonnegut, as well as other greats.  Impressive, although we’d expect no less […]

Jordan Coriza published in the Chicago Quarterly Review

Excellent news for Jordan Coriza (fiction ’08), whose story, “Garcia and Sons,” has been published in the Chicago Quarterly Review! Jordan says: “García and Sons” is a story that came to me through the image of caskets floating down the streets of Buenos Aires during a flood. The protagonist, Agustín, is a boy that recurs in […]

Emma Duffy-Comparone wins Pushcart Prize

Fantastic news for Emma Duffy-Comparone!  Emma recently won a Pushcart Prize for her story, “The Zen Thing,” From the story: Each year, like a shifty circus in a truck, the family unpacks itself for a weekend on a beach and pretends to have a good time. This summer they are in Rhode Island, on Scarborough […]

Publications Galore for Dariel Suarez

It’s been an impressively productive year for Dariel Suarez, whose fiction and poetry has been published or is forthcoming in a smattering of journals and other places! His short story, “Lemonade,” was published in Superstition Review this week. Another story, “Hope,” has been accepted for publication by Michigan Quarterly Review. It will appear this summer […]

Mimi Lipson’s story collection available on Amazon and in stores

Mimi Lipson’s book of short stories, The Cloud of Unknowing, is now available on Amazon and in select bookstores nationwide. Hurrah! Published by Yeti Publishing, the book has received enthusiastic reviews from Sigrid Nunez and Ha Jin, among others. Read an interview with Mimi here, and be sure to check out the stories, which Sigrid […]

Kevin Shushtari wins the July 2010 Glimmer Train Very Short Fiction Award

Congratulations to J. Kevin Shushtari, a May 2009 graduate of the MFA program in Fiction here at BU.  Kevin has just won the  July 2010 Glimmer Train Very Short Fiction Award for his story, “The Vast Garden of Strangers.” He will also contribute an essay to Glimmer Train’s next edition of the Glimmer Train Bulletin, […]