Every once in a while, we like to check up on all of the wonderful writers we’ve published on Burrow Press Review. Some of our alums have forthcoming books, started reading series, judged literary contests, won residencies and fellowships, and taken on interesting literary jobs. In addition to listing those accomplishments, we’ve compiled a list of worthy reads for you to binge on. We’re so proud of everybody and honored to have published their work. Check out what they’ve been up to since leaving the Burrow.

 

GENE ALBAMONTE

  • “Remains of a Fellow Adventurer,” CutBank (forthcoming, issue 84)

 

MARCIA ALDRICH

  • Editing an anthology of essays: Waveform: Twenty-First-Century Essays by Women, University of Georgia Press (forthcoming, fall 2016)

 

JASON ARMENT

  • Moloch,” published as a serial and as a whole, The Big Smoke. (One of Moloch’s chapters is also published in Hippocampus)
  • Voices of Dissent,” Dirty Chai
  • Santa Muerte,” Hippocampus
  • Musalaheen, his memoir about his experiences in Iraq, University of Hell Press (forthcoming, early 2017)

 

KRISTEN ARNETT

 

TIMOTHY DAY

 

BRENNA DIXON

  • Terrarium,” Terrain.org
  • Flight,” WraparoundSouth
  • Published an interview with Tom Rahill of the Swamp Apes, Terrain.org

 

ALI ETERAZ

 

LEAH GRIESMANN

 

BEN GWIN

  • Pushcart nominations for his story, “Ashes,” Bridge Eight, Issue 3, and his nonfiction piece, “Rust Belt Heroin Chic,” The Pittsburgh Anthology from Belt Magazine.
  • Captain America,” Thin Noon
  • “Birds,” the Normal School (forthcoming)

 

LORI HORVITZ

  • “Deathbed Pearls” (which we published in 2012), appears in her books of memoir-essays, The Girls of Usually, Truman State University

 

JENNIFER JUNEAU

  • This is the Girl” (an excerpt from Burrow Press Review-published “UberChef USA”), The Potomac
  • The reprint of her Pushcart Prize and Million Writer’s Award nominated story “Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun,” Foliate Oak Literary Magazine
  • She has three photographs published in Dead Snakes

 

MATTHEW LANG

  • He has two new books coming out in February, both self-published under his indie imprint, Clawfoot Press: Fernweh, a novel, and McKean County and Other Stories, a short-story collection.

 

STEPHEN LANGLOIS

 

CLAIRE LOMBARDO

 

MARK MAGOON


RYAN NAPIER

  • Laika,” Five on the Fifth


DAVINA OWOMBRE

KIRIE PEDERSEN

 

DAN REITER

 

SARA SCHAFF

 

ELIZABETH TANNEN

  • Fishing,” The This Magazine
  • What Do You Bring Pauline?” The Rumpus
  • “In a Second-Story Apartment in a Small, Midwestern Town, You Lament” and “Not Even the Sun,” Compose Journal
  • Elizabeth started a reading series in Minneapolis, called Five Writers, Five Minutes, Five Watt—it’s monthly, with five readers (a mix of poetry and prose), each reading for five minutes at a coffee shop called Five Watt.

 

AARON TILLMAN

  • “Every Single Bone in My Brain,” a finalist in the Arcadia Magazine Short Fiction Contest and was published in their Spring 2015 issue.
  • “My Daughter’s Music,” The Madison Review (forthcoming, Spring 2016)
  • “High Holy Days,” The Timberline Review (forthcoming, February 2016)

 

BENJAMIN WARNER

  • His novel, Thirst, Bloomsbury (forthcoming, April 2016)

 

PAULA WHYMAN

  • Her debut linked story collection, YOU MAY SEE A STRANGER, TriQuarterly Books/Northwestern University Press (forthcoming, May 2016)
  • Last spring, Paula was elected to a 3-year term on The MacDowell Colony Fellows Executive Committee (FEC)

 

CHILA WOYCHIK

  • “Discovery in the Midst of Place,” Silk Road (forthcoming, December 2016)
  • “A Place Called Context,” Blueline (forthcoming, Spring 2016)
  • “The Woman Ages” & “Holy Night,” Kentucky Review
  • Even more work published in Storm Cellar, San Pedro River Review, and Red River Review