Thursday
Jun092016

"Beyond the Terminus, Beyond" wins the 2016 Fiction Prize at Sonora Review

Sonora Review has just announced that Sean Gill's short story "Beyond the Terminus, Beyond" is the winner of their 2016 Fiction Prize, judged by Molly Antopol (The UnAmericans). It will appear in print this fall in Sonora Review #70.

Wednesday
Jun012016

"The Heroes of Cherry, Remembered" in REAL: Regarding Arts & Letters

Sean Gill's latest short story "The Heroes of Cherry, Remembered," may be found in the Summer 2016 Issue of REAL: Regarding Arts & Letters (Vol. 39, No. 2), a literary journal published at the Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. The issue can be read online here and is available for purchase in print here.

Wednesday
May182016

"The Future's So Bright" Available to Screen Online for One Week Only

"The Future's So Bright," the new speculative short directed by Sean Gill and Robyn Nielsen which made its premiere on May 11th as a part of Video Mass' X Fest, is now available for audiences to screen online for one week only, through May 23rd.  Watch it online here.

Thursday
May122016

"The Future's So Bright" Reprise Screenings

"The Future's So Bright," a new speculative short directed by Sean Gill and Robyn Nielsen, will have two reprise screenings as a part Video Mass' X Fest.  The first is Saturday, May 14 at 9:30 PM at Videology (308 Bedford Ave. in Brooklyn), and tickets are available here.

The second is Sunday, May 15 at 6:30 PM at Syndicated (40 Bogart St. in Brooklyn), and tickets are available here.

Tuesday
May032016

"The Future's So Bright" Premieres at X Fest 2016

"The Future's So Bright," a new speculative short directed by Sean Gill and Robyn Nielsen, will be premiering on Wednesday, May 11th as a part of Video Mass' X Fest at Williamsburg Cinemas (217 Grand Street) in Brooklyn.  Tickets are $11 and are available here.

 

 

 

 

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