Sunday
Oct132019

"Dignity and Urgency in Edinburgh and London" in Michigan Quarterly Review

Sean Gill's latest short story "Dignity and Urgency in Edinburgh and London" has just been published in Michigan Quarterly Review Vol. 58, No. 4, a special issue guest edited by Benjamin Paloff and entitled, "What Does Europe Want Now?" It is available for purchase here.

Michigan Quarterly Review has been the flagship literary journal of the University of Michigan since 1962 and has published prose by Margaret Atwood, Charles Baxter, Raymond Carver, Peter Ho Davies, Mary Gaitskill, Ursula K. Le Guin, Arthur Miller, and Joyce Carol Oates.

Tuesday
Oct082019

"Imaginos" in Hobart

Sean Gill's latest essay––about the Blue Öyster Cult album Imaginos––has been published by Hobart as a part of their ongoing Jukebox Happy Hour series.

Saturday
Jul202019

Sean Gill a Finalist in the 47th New Millennium Writing Awards

New Millennium Writing, a literary magazine based out of Knoxville, has announced the winners of the 47th New Millennium Writing Awards. Sean Gill was named among the finalists in fiction.

Tuesday
Jul162019

Sean Gill Interviewed by Pleiades

Sean Gill, winner of Pleiades' Gail B. Crump Award, was recently interviewed by Janola Sauther of Pleiades about his winning story "The Statement of [REDACTED] Revised," his craft, his films, and his plays. The entire interview is available online here.

Wednesday
Jun262019

Sean Gill's Award-Winning "The Statement of [REDACTED], Revised" in Pleiades

Sean Gill's latest short story, "The Statement of [REDACTED], Revised," winner of Pleiades' Gail B. Crump Prize in Experimental Fiction, has just been published in Pleiades Vol. 39, Issue 2, and is available for purchase here.

Pleiades: Literature in Context is a literary biannual published by the University of Central Missouri featuring "poetry, fiction, essays, and reviews by authors from around the world. Past contributors include winners of the Nobel, Ruth Lilly, Pulitzer, Bollingen, Prix de la Liberté, and Neustadt Prizes, recipients of Guggenheim, Whiting, National Book Critics Circle and National Book Awards."