“Tower Eight” wins Grand Prize in Outrider Press anthology

May 22, 2014 § Leave a comment

IMG_0221“Tower Eight” is one of my favorite short stories, first published in Gulf Coast way back in 2005. So I was very pleased to hear that an extended excerpt of that story will be appearing in Outrider Press’s forthcoming anthology, The Mountain. Even happier to learn that “Tower Eight” has been selected as the anthology’s Grand Prize winner, which comes with a nice cash award.

Since 1996, Outrider has produced the renowned “Black and White” anthology series, so named because of their unique signature covers, each different but all designed solely in black and white. For now, you can pre-order the anthology by emailing outriderpress@sbcglobal.net. I’ll post a notice when the book comes out about other buying options.

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Short fiction collection a finalist for the New Rivers Press Many Voices Project

April 24, 2014 § Leave a comment

NRP PostercrI actually got a call about this a few days ago, but I didn’t want to post it here until it was “official,” i.e., until the public announcement had been made. Anyway, now that is is official, I am honored to report that my short fiction collection, provisionally titled Crime and Fly Fishing,  has been selected as one of ten finalists for this year’s Many Voices Project prize! New Rivers Press is a wonderful Minnesota-based organization whose mission, in part is to “publish and promote enduring contemporary literature.”  The Many Voices Project (MVP) is an annual competition the press has run since 1981 for “new and emerging” writers, meaning writers that have not published more than two books of creative writing. MVP is the oldest competition of its kind and has a prestigious reputation, and I couldn’t be more excited to be among the finalists. Please keep your fingers crossed!

Story Wins Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards

December 19, 2013 § Leave a comment

Just found out a story of mine won the 2013 Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Awards! Crime category, if you can believe it. Very pleased, and I didn’t even have to commit a crime. Though I did write about one . . .

The story is titled “The Afternoon Client.” It will appear in January at Sixfold, and again in May/June at Writers Digest on-line. I’ll post the links once they’re up.

Short story nominated for Best of the Net anthology

August 14, 2012 § 1 Comment

LitNImage editors have nominated “Snarl” for Sundress Publications’ 2012 Best of the Net anthology! Selections won’t be made until next winter, but keep your fingers crossed.

New England Review Reading Series

July 27, 2012 § Leave a comment

Tim is  reading at the New England Review Reading Series Thursday, August 9, at Carol’s Hungry Mind Cafe in Middlebury, Vermont. Other featured readers include Megan Mayhew Bergman, Hugh Coyle, and Lené Gary. Event is free and open to the public.  Hope to see you there!

Story Collection a Finalist for Autumn House Fiction Prize

July 12, 2012 § Leave a comment

Very proud and honored to announce that The Camp at Cutthroat Lake has been selected as a finalist for Autumn House Press’s 2012 Fiction Prize! Stewart O’Nan is the judge. Winner to be announced in the fall.

New short fiction out

May 1, 2012 § Leave a comment

Tim’s latest published short story appears in the spring 2012 LITnIMAGE, an exciting on-line review exploring the nexus between short narrative and visual imagery.

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