"Mrs. Dalloway and House Party: An Objective Comparison" in The Offing

Sean Gill's latest humor piece, "Mrs. Dalloway and House Party: An Objective Comparison," has been published by Los Angeles literary magazine The Offing.


"Exodus" in Vol. 1 Brooklyn

Sean Gill's "Exodus," a short story of imagined history set in a near-future New York City, has been published in Vol. 1 Brooklyn's "Sunday Stories" series.




Spooky Fest V: The Spooky Zone Screening

On Monday, October 29th (and in a reprise showing on November 1st) there will be a screening of The Spooky Zone, the latest installment of Video Mass' horror anthology series, Spooky Fest. In Volume V, Sean Gill made writing and editing contributions to projects by Robyn Nielsen, Rachel Klein, Juliet Abtahi, and Joseph Colmenero.


Spooky Fest V: The Spooky Zone - Trailer from Video Mass on Vimeo.


When: October 29th, 2018, at 9:45 PM
Where: Syndicated Bar, 40 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY
How Much: $7, with tickets available here.


"The Mongrels" in Joyland Magazine

Sean Gill's "The Mongrels," a morbid fantasy set in the Midwest, has been published in Joyland Magazine.

Founded in 2008, Joyland Magazine has featured work by Roxane Gay, Zinzi Clemmons, Lydia Millet, Amelia Gray, and Ottessa Moshfegh.


"Cranberry's Last Dance" Chosen as one of the Finalists in The Lascaux Prize in Flash Fiction

The Lascaux Review has just announced that a reprint of Sean Gill's short story "Cranberry's Last Dance" has been chosen as one of the winners of their 2018 Prize in Flash Fiction. It will appear in print in their next volume, The 2019 Lascaux Prize Anthology.