Feature Friday: Associate Editor Angela

For our next Feature Friday we’re happy to introduce Angela Pankosky, our final associate editor. Angela helps make the final decisions on submissions with the rest of our editorial staff, along with handling some of our administrative duties. Angela Pankosky is a Polish writer, mother, and dancer. She earned B.A. in Comparative Literature from SDSU […]

Feature Friday: Associate Editor

For this week’s Feature Friday we have our first associate editor: Thomas M. Gresham. Thomas is lead editor for this upcoming issue. His position involves overseeing all aspects of production from interacting with contributors, to proof reading, to guiding new interns and readers. Thomas Gresham is a fiction writer, filmmaker, and screenwriter. He has work […]

Next Issue’s Theme: Body

The time has finally arrived! The theme for our next issue has been decided on, and we can’t wait to see what everyone submits. For our next issue, writers are welcome to send submissions with the theme of (insert drumroll):   Body   As usual, we have flexibility with what the word “body” means to […]

Featured Friday: Editor-in-chief Harold Jaffe

As part of a new initiative to help readers and potential contributors become more familiar with the journal and our editorial team, Fiction International is launching a new Featured Friday segment on our social media platforms. During this time, we’ll be giving readers a closer look at our editorial team for the upcoming submission period which opens […]


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The Puritan guest blog

The Puritan Senior Editors The Benefits of Entering a Writing Contest The Puritan Senior Editors For every literary magazine, a prize. Our lit culture’s thick with them. Whether you’re an ardent submitter, see them as a necessary evil to keep literary ships afloat, or you love to hate them, writing contests can often feel more […]