In today’s ORIGINS, Ethel Rohan discusses the origins of her story “More Than Gone,” published in Halfway Down the Stairs. The theme of separation, particularly involuntary separation, recurs again and […]
A shout-out is in order for some of our fellow Baltimore publishers. It was big news this week that Richard Chizmar’s Cemetary Dance Publications, in Forest Hill, will publish Stephen […]
In today’s ORIGINS, Andy Devine discusses the origins of WORDS (Publishing Genius Press, 2010), his first book. His alphabetical fiction and essays have appeared in a variety of literary magazines, […]
“No Man’s Land” is a short story from jmww author Karen Lillis’ book-in-progress, The Greenpoint Trilogy. The story follows one woman’s walk through an industrial corner of North Brooklyn. To […]
This blog article in Salon about Amazon reviewers is pretty funny. Often, I like to read the negative reviews of books because I don’t always know what’s at stake with […]
In this ORIGINS, Christian Bell discusses the origin of “San Pedro de Macoris,” which was published in the vol. 7, issue 4, summer 2008 issue of Flashquake. Baseball has been […]
Congratulations to Kevin Spaide! His story “Maki’s Dead” from the summer 2009 issue of jmww is one of storySouth’s Notable Stories of 2009. You can see the entire list here. […]
Use them to stop flooding in New England! I like this idea because I’m too lazy/cheap to buy a shredder and I’m always worried about dumping my printed drafts in […]
Justin Hamm reads his poem, “The electric widower,” from the fall 2009 issue of jmww.
jmww has a new online submission manager, thanks to Michael and the folks at Submishmash. You can submit here here or go to the submissions page on our website.