On The Spartan Side

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Featuring contributors from the aptly titled journal (submissions all 2,000 words or less): Ian Denning, Jenny Hayes, M.C. Easton, and Robert P. Kaye. Editor Ross McMeekin hosts.

For the complete Lit Crawl Seattle line-up, please go here: http://litcrawl.org/seattle/2015-schedule

About the Writers
Ian Denning‘s fiction has been published in Five Chapters, New Ohio Review, and Washington Square. He edits prose for Lettered Streets Press and fiction for Pacifica Literary Review, and he is the co-creator with Robert P. Kaye of the Seattle Fiction Federation, a quarterly reading series at Hugo House.

M.C. Easton’s first chapbook, Sagebrush and Cedar, was published by Watermark Press. From poetry, she moved on to a memoir about leaving Mormonism and her family. Her latest short story, “Pockets Full of Stones,” is bound to appear somewhere soon. Hopefully The New Yorker. She blogs at http://mceaston.com/. Her novel, The Gods of Kittitas County, is in search of an agent.

Jenny Hayes grew up in Berkeley, California, and moved to Seattle in the ’90s. Her writing has appeared in New Flash Fiction Review, Litro NY, Eclectica, The Toast, and other interesting places. Featuring an illustrated story about junior high and David Bowie, her chapbook Dear Rosie AKA Ro-Ho-Zee AKA Rosarita Refried Beans is part of the Shotgun Wedding series from alice blue books.

Robert P. Kaye’s stories have appeared in the Dr. T. J. Eckleburg Review, Beecher’s, Pear Noir!, Ellipsis, Per Contra, Los Angeles Review and elsewhere, with details available at www.RobertPKaye.com. His chapbook Typewriter for a Superior Alphabet is published by alice blue books. He facilitates the Works in Progress open mic at Hugo House and is the co-founder (with Ian Denning) of the Seattle Fiction Federation reading series.

Ross McMeekin’s stories have appeared in Virginia Quarterly Review, Shenandoah, Redivider, Tin House online, and elsewhere. He’s a weekly columnist for the Ploughshares blog, where he reviews short stories. He has been awarded fellowships from Richard Hugo House and Jack Straw, and he edits the literary journal Spartan.
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