Two short, midweek notes

#1:  The new issue of Arroyo Literary Review (spring 2013) is out, containing my story “The Ruins” and other fine work.

#2:  Website problems all fixed now.  Thanks for standing by.


About lindseycrittenden

Lindsey Crittenden is the author of two published books: THE WATER WILL HOLD YOU: A SKEPTIC LEARNS TO PRAY (Harmony Books, 2007) and THE VIEW FROM BELOW, a collection of short stories (Midlist Press, 1999). Her personal essays and articles – on topics such as prayer, the pitfalls of too much California sunshine, and visiting a group of lifers at San Quentin – have appeared in The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, Image, Real Simple, Bon Appétit, East Bay Express, Health, and Best American Spiritual Writing. Her fiction has won national awards and has appeared in Glimmer Train, Bellingham Review, Quarterly West, and other publications. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, she graduated from UC Berkeley, moved to New York City as soon as she could, and returned to California for grad school. While in the graduate creative writing program at UC Davis, she discovered (much to her surprise) the fun of teaching. She lives in San Francisco and teaches at UC Berkeley Extension. She has completed a novel, and is writing new short stories and a (very early stages) nonfiction exploration of spirituality & sex.
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4 Responses to Two short, midweek notes

  1. #1 – Congrats!
    #2 – I’ll try in-person communications!

  2. calliefeyen says:

    For a second there I thought it was Friday! 🙂 Always a nice surprise to get a post my email midweek. Congratulations on “Ruins” being published! I can’t wait to read it.

  3. Meghan Ward says:

    I tweeted the link to the Arroyo Literary Review from the Grotto account since both you and Ethel are in it. Congrats! (Is there no way to read Ruins online? 😦 )

  4. Thanks for the tweet, Meghan! I’m going to ask the editors at the reading tonight about putting it online & will advise.

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