New Year, New Work

Happy Finish Eating the Almond Roca and Ribbon Candy Before it Goes Stale Time, My Dear Old Friends! I have some exciting news: ignoring this blog has finally paid off! I got an actual short story published in an actual literary journal! It took a couple of decades to get back to that place in my life, but here I am.

Obviously, the story is fiction (unlike the totally true adventures of Mr. and Mrs. Meanopause and all the little Pausettes, as recounted in the archives). No actual teacher, living or dead, etc.

I hope you’ll give it a look.

https://witness.blackmountaininstitute.issues/issues/vol-xxxi-3-winter-2018/participation/

 

 

About Heather Aronson

Heather Aronson is a freelance writer and editor. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona way back in the 1980s and has put it to scant use ever since, publishing a few short stories in now-defunct magazines (including American Short Fiction) and storing a handful of novels in now-defunct boxes. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA, in a new house with some of her children, her new husband, and a bunch of old stuff that totally doesn’t go together. Especially the cow creamers.

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