CARPE ARTICULUM CHOOSES “DOORS” FOR FALL ISSUE
Carpe Articulum Literary Review has chosen “Doors” for its next quarterly issue published this Fall.
Carpe Articulum is translated into several languages—including Russian and Hindi—and features beautiful photography and artwork. Past issues have included interviews with writing and film industry greats, including Jodi Picoult, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Connie May Fowler, Pulitzer Prize Winner David E. Hoffman, Jeff Goldblum, Ray Harryhausen, and Steven Spielberg. “Mater Amabilis,” a story by Harrison Solow—who won the 2008 Pushcart Prize for Literature—took first place in the magazine’s most recent short fiction contest and appeared in the summer issue.
For more information on Carpe Articulum, you can visit its website or its listing at NewPages. To get a glimpse of the magazine’s Spring 2010 issue, click here; to read about Harrison Solow and her experience with Carpe, visit here.
Here’s the cover of their summer issue:
I’m honored and thrilled that “Doors” has found such a prestigious home, and I’ll let you know when the issue is available for purchase. I won’t spoil the story, but if you’d like to know what inspired it, you can visit http://kristipetersenschoonover.com/2010/01/16/the-bone-lady/ .
Posted on August 2, 2010, in News, Short Stories and tagged Carpe Articulum Literary Review, Doors, Short Stories. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
This is truly a moment to be celebrated and lauded. So cheers, Krissi and keep up the good work that got you there…I know you can.
Thanks, Melissa! It feels really good…and it raises the stakes a little bit. Time for me to kick it up a notch!
Hey that is great news!! I expect to see your name on the list for Pushcart Prize!! I’m buying an issue the DAY they come out!
Thanks, Cyn! Let’s put the good vibes out there!