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Announcing the WTAW Alcove Chapbook Series
WTAW Press is pleased to announce our first Alcove Chapbook Series Open. We want to provide a platform to support the efforts of more writers, and to welcome new writers and readers into the WTAW Press community. Publishing the WTAW Alcove Chapbooks Series will help us do that. Learn more about the open and consider sending in your manuscript.
Recent Manuscript Acquisitions
In Each Breath a Darkness [a memoir] by Brian Phillip Whalen
Brian Phillip Whalen is the author of Semiotic Love [Stories], which was named one of the Best Indie Books of
2021 by Kirkus Reviews. His work can be found in The Southern Review, Creative Nonfiction, Lit Hub, Copper Nickel, Flash Nonfiction Food (Woodhall Press), The Southern Poetry Anthology Vol. IX: Virginia, Poets.org, and elsewhere. Brian holds a PhD in English from the University at Albany and an MFA from Iowa State University. He teaches at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, where he lives with his wife, daughter, and a dog named Porter.
The Only Part Left: Stories by Zeeva Bukai
Zeeva Bukai was born in Israel and raised in New York City. Her stories have appeared in The Master’s Review, McSweeny’s Quarterly Concern, Image Journal, December, Jewishfiction.net, Lilith, Jewish Quarterly, and elsewhere.
She studied acting at Tel-Aviv University, and holds a BFA in Theater and an MFA in Fiction from Brooklyn College.
Zeeva lives and teaches writing in Brooklyn, NY. The Only Part Left: Stories is Zeeva Bukai’s debut book.
One Kind Favor by Kevin McIlvoy
“An unorthodox but compelling cry against racist violence.”
“The author conjures a slew of colorful characters and probes below the surface … with an eye for the spiritual and magical.”
“One Kind Favor is a wildly original and deliciously subversive novel, told
with profound intelligence and free-wheeling wit.”
—Southern Humanities Review
The Groundhog Forever by Henry Hoke
“A wild narrative ride: inquiring, intriguing, idiosyncratic, and entertaining.”
“The Groundhog Forever is that tricky kind of trick: the kind that says it’s just a little fun thing, but then opens up the entire world’s guts and out comes LIFE.”
“In playful, exhilarating prose, Hoke pushes sentential limits, wryly examining the way art marks the world (and the many ways in which it fails to do so).”
—Kimberly King Parsons