The table of contents for forthcoming issue of Pantheon magazine has just been released. The Hestia issue of Pantheon magazine includes a reprint of my story “The Re’em Song,” originally published in Interzone #258.
Hestia also includes a story by David Tallerman, a writer I’ve shared the TOC with twice before, along with a host of other great authors. The complete TOC is below.
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“Orphans” by Amanda Gowin
“The Clawfoot Requiem” by Gwnedolyn Kiste
“Knock Knock” by David Tallerman
“The Visiphorical Art” by Michelle Ann King
“The Re’em Song” by Julie C. Day
“Tunnel Vision by” Tim Major
“The … Read more
I’m thrilled! In January my story “Holes in Heaven” appeared in Isthmus, a lovely print magazine out of Seattle, Washington. As it turns out, The Review Review gave the issue a 5-star rating, including some real love for my story.
The review says in part, “Isthmus 4 is a beautiful curation of pieces that speak to comings and goings, appendages of spirit gained and lost in the context of family and human connections….[the] compelling story by Julie Day, “Holes in Heaven,” is about two brothers covertly plotting a reunion with their parents by means of a bazaar science … Read more Read more
My story “The Woman in the Woods”—about the Orphan Trains, lost siblings, and the Iowa woods—is featured today on the the online magazine Necessary Fiction. Necessary Fiction publishes a new book review each Monday, a featured short story each Wednesday, a contribution to their Research Notes series each Friday, along with occasional interviews, essays, and other surprises.
First Lines: No matter how many times Horace told her different, Eliza knew her brother was wrong. The woman in the woods didn’t look the least bit dead. The woman in the woods looked beautiful. With her long flowing hair and … Read more Read more