"Edifice and Artifice in Buda and Pest" wins the 2017 Micro-Fiction Prize at River Styx

River Styx has just announced Sean Gill's short story "Edifice and Artifice in Buda and Pest" as the winner of their 2017 Schlafly Micro-Brew Micro-Fiction Contest. The story will appear in print this summer in River Styx #98.

River Styx is a St. Louis-based literary journal (active since 1975) that has published work by writers such as Margaret Atwood, Rita Dove, Derek Walcott, and Czeslaw Milosz.



Sean Gill Interviewed by Scrutiny

Scrutiny, the literary journal of magical realism (having recently published Sean Gill's short story "Past Lives, Now Available on Videocassette") has interviewed him, and the exchange may be read here.


"Shore Leave" in Columbia Journal

Sean Gill's latest short fiction "Shore Leave," a nontraditional ghost story set in Vietnam, has been published online in Columbia Journal, the literary journal of the Columbia University School of the Arts Graduate Writing program. Columbia Journal has previously featured work by Raymond Carver, Noam Chomsky, and Lydia Davis.


"Past Lives, Now Available on Videocassette" in Scrutiny

Sean Gill's magical realist short story "Past Lives, Now Available on Videocassette" is available to read online in the literary journal Scrutiny. It will also be forthcoming in an eBook collection from Scrutiny entitled "Oddities."


"Kellyanne Conway's Ficciones" in McSweeney's Internet Tendency

Sean Gill's latest (Borges-inspired) political humor piece, "Kellyanne Conway's Ficciones," may be read online at McSweeney's Internet Tendency. His previous McSweeney's publications, "Winners of the Yoknapatawpha County Spelling Bee" and "Forthcoming '80s Remakes That Haunt the Nightmares of the Alt-Right" may be read here and here.

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