I have a short story in the latest issue of carte blanche, the Quebec Writers Federation online literary magazine. Here’s a description of what’s in Issue 10:

An investigation into murder and racism in Farmington, New Mexico by Emilie Karrick Surrusco
A tour of the “Seven Wards” with poet Buxton Wells
An interview with Myrna Kostash on the origins of creative nonfiction
And “Having Fun with Autobiography” by Dustin Harbin

Plus:
photography by Steven Beckly;
graphic fiction by Francis Raven;
nonfiction by Tilya Gallay Helfield;
poetry from William Burton, Kara Dorris, Aaron Kreuter, Barb Lundy, Nancy Mackenzie, and Drew Winchur; and
fiction from William Robinson, Matt D. B. Wilcox, Teri Vlassopoulos, Pauline Clift, and carte blanche Quebec Prize finalist, Melissa A. Thompson.

The issue also includes the winner of the 2009 carte blanche Quebec prize for the poem “Changing Winter Tires” by Julie Mahfood, who I met through a QWF workshop 2 years ago – congratulations, Julie! The story in this issue is the one I workshopped in that very class, actually.

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