Category Archives: Kim Chinquee

>two new literary ventures

>Here are two new ventures you might find interesting: 1) Author Matthew M. Quick has set up a new blog about writing and publishing. It’s an interactive experience called Questioning Q. Please visit and feel free to ask a … Continue reading

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>wigleaf top 50 and other news

>The excellent folks at wigleaf have announced their top 50 online stories. Nice foreword and introduction from the series and selecting editors. The Kenyon Review announced KROnline described by David Lynn as: “a lively and innovative bridge between the world … Continue reading

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>My Review of Kim Chinquee’s Oh Baby

>My review of Kim Chinquee’s Oh Baby, a collection of flash fictions and prose poems, can be read at my website. Kim previously appeared in SmokeLong Quarterly with her stories Attic (Issue Five) and Holiday Inn (Issue Nineteen, and one … Continue reading

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>Online Writing: The Best of the First Ten Years

>Snow*vigate is publishing an anthology of online writing, edited by Doug Martin and Kim Chinquee. We just learned that Jeff Landon’s Five Fat Men in a Hot Tub and Chad Simpson’s Miracle are among the stories to be included. Doug … Continue reading

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>Top Ten Page Views for March 2008

>John Leary jumps back into the top spot again, with a challenge from an old powerhouse. And a bunch of stories from the latest issue start getting much-deserved attention. 1. (3) Ten Very Short Stories by John Leary (3/15/07)2. (8) … Continue reading

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>Top Ten Page Views for February 2008

>Not a lot of change this month. In fact, I had to check after writing up the first three to make sure I’d changed my stats view, since there’s no change in the top three at all. Also, it’s really … Continue reading

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>Oh Baby, by Kim Chinquee

>Be prepared: Oh Baby, Kim Chinquee‘s debut collection, will knock you on your ass. It’s a book about love: mother for child; child for mother, for father; man for woman; woman for man and man and man. Love for running. … Continue reading

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