My story “Contour” appeared in the Spring 2017 issue of Spilled Milk Magazine and was nominated by the editors for the Best of the Net anthology.
I am incredibly appreciative of this recognition and opportunity.
Read Kathryn’s flash fiction story about an expat in Singapore and the poisons in her life, here.
Read Kathryn’s first international publication here at Australia’s online Communion journal.
Read Kathryn’s story “Swallow” about Pope John Paul II breaking the third commandment in Mexico City–here!
I am honored to announce that my short fiction has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize by one of the Prize’s Contributing Editors.
No one story was nominated. Instead, I will be submitting one to three stories of my choice that I had published by small presses in 2016.
The Aleida Rodriguez Memorial Award recognizes promising graduate student writers at Arizona State University for their work and provides financial support toward pursuing a career in creative writing.
The Award recognized fiction writers this year (it will recognize poets next year) and was originally established in honor of Aleida Rodriguez, who passed away in 2012.
I am honored and delighted to be recognized as a promising student writer of fiction and look forward to thanking the donors who made this possible in person in the spring.
Kathryn’s flash fiction piece We Can Go Faster was a finalist in the 2016 Lascaux Review Flash Fiction Contest and has been published online here at Fiction Southeast: http://fictionsoutheast.org/we-can-go-faster/