I was delighted and honored to learn yesterday that the last short story I wrote, titled “Protest,” has been accepted for publication by The Bare Life Review, a new journal that focuses on work by immigrant and refugee writers. They have a kickass list of editors and an important, timely mission. They also do a wonderful job supporting their contributors by paying a good amount for the work they accept. I’m excited to see this new story–which is set in Madrid in 2011 and follows a day in the life of a young Cuban immigrant whose views and feelings are tested during a protest–alongside what I’m sure will be some excellent writing.
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