A tale of intrigue and suspense sent in Galveston, where a retired Army special forces operative struggles with the things he had to do during his service. Then he is unexpectedly recruited to carry out one more mission, plunging him into a battle between his conscience and his patriotism.
TRP would like to honor the life of Clay Reynolds, who passed away on April 14, 2022.
Our final judge Selah Saterstrom has selected Transmission by J.E. Sumerau as the winner of this year’s prize.
TRP would like to honor the life of Robert Phillips, who passed away on January 21, 2022.
Cat’s Tongue is the latest publication from California-based writer Kathleen Winter, author of three award-winning poetry collections.
Selena Didn’t Know Spanish Either is a debut poetry collection which seeks Tejano pop star Selena Quintanilla as a means of reconnecting to the speaker’s cultural identity.
At fourteen, two schoolgirls slit their palms with safety scissors and promised to be in each other’s lives forever.
“Linked stories can allow you to create a portrait of a character or a place, or both, in a much different way from a novel. In story collections, the connections can be looser, characters can transform in surprising and sometimes jarring ways.” Thomas H. McNeely interviewed by Malena Watrous for Stanford’s The Writer’s Spotlight. ReadContinue reading “Thomas H. McNeely discusses linked stories for The Writer’s Spotlight”
Congratulations to Deirdre Danklin who won the 2021 Clay Reynolds Novella Prize for her novella Catastrophe!