We Bury the Landscape

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Queen's Ferry Press, Apr 15, 2012 - Fiction
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This collection of flash fiction was inspired by paintings and photographs and each story is an extension, an interpretation or a look inside the separate works of art. Ms. Muslim's writing is very ... Read full review

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Kristine Ong Muslim has authored many chapbooks, most recently Night Fish (Shoe Music Press/Elevated Books, 2011) and Smaller than Most (Philistine Press, 2011). Forthcoming books include the full-length poetry collection Grim Series (Popcorn Press) and several print chapbooks. Her short fiction and poetry have been published in hundreds of magazines, journals, and anthologies, including Bellevue Literary Review, Boston Review, Contrary Magazine, Hobart, Narrative Magazine, Southword, Sou'wester, The Pedestal Magazine, Turnrow, and Verse Daily. She has received multiple nominations for the Pushcart Prize, Best of the Web 2011, and the Science Fiction Poetry Association's Rhysling Award. Her work also has garnered several Honorable Mentions in Year's Best Fantasy and Horror. Her online home is http://kristinemuslim.weebly.com

Erin McKnight has edited fiction for a literary journal and a small press, and holds an MFA in creative writing with a fiction specialization. Her writing has appeared in a number of online and print publications, and has been nominated for Best of the Web, The Best Creative Nonfiction, and the Pushcart Prize. Her flash fiction collection was published by Recycled Karma Press, and her fiction and poetry reviews can be found at Bookslut. Erin lives in Dallas, where she works as a freelance editor and teaches fiction writing in the community college system.

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