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    Daniel Olivas's short story collection Devil     Talk will be released in September by     Arizona State University's Bilingual Press.     His short story "willie," which first appeared     in IPR, is included in the collection.


    Terri Brown-Davidson's first novel Marie,     Marie, Hold on Tight (reviewed in IPR, Issue     19) has been published by Lit Pot Press,      Inc. (September, 2004)

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's novel Purple Hibiscus has been long-listed for the Booker Prize. Her story "My Mother, the Crazy African" appears in IPR's Multi-Ethnic Anthology.

Jim Sallis’s acclaimed Lew Griffin series is now available in trade paperback from Walker & Company. A new collection of his short stories, A City Equal to My Desire, will be available this fall from POINTBLANK, an imprint of Wildside Press. Jim Sallis is IPR's Mystery, Crime, and Science-Fiction editor.

Tobias Seamon's first novel The Magician's Study has been published by Tutlre Point Press. His chapbook Loosestrife Along the River Styx appeared in summer 2004 from Foothills Publishing. His short story "The Open Lift" appeared in Jim Sallis's Mystery, Crime, and Science Fiction section of IPR.

Jim Ruland, whose story "The Streets of San Francisco 1977" appears in IPR's Multi-Ethnic Anthology received a 2004 Literature Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Joseph M. Faria's poetry collection The Long Way Home was published by Lit Pot Press in 2003. His Multi-Ethnic Anthology story is "Saudade."

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's short story "The American Embassy" was selected for O. Henry Prize Stories 2003. Her novel Purple Hibiscus was published in October, 2003, by Algonquin Press. Her story "My Mother the Crazy African" appears in IPR's Multi-Ethnic Anthology."

Xujun Eberlein, whose novel Disciple of the Masses was excerpted in the "Work in Progress" section of Issue 14 and also appears in IPR's Multi-Ethnic Anthology, was among the finalists in the 2003 William Faulkner Creative Writing Competition.

Neil Grimmett's novel The Bestowing Sun has been accepted for publication by Flame Books, UK. His short story "Cavities" appeared in Issue 9.

Jennifer Prado's short-story collection, Electronic Fiction, is available at Pulpbits. Her story, "Sorte," appears in Issue 16.

Maryanne Stahl's 2nd novel, The Opposite Shore was published by Penguin-Putnam in October, 2003, and is reviewed in Issue 17.

Sefi Atta,whose story "Social Interaction" appeared in Issue 14 and in IPR's Multi-Ethnic Anthology, placed third in the 2003 Zoetrope All-Story Short Story Contest with "The Miracle Worker."

Garth Greenwell's poem from our Celan Section in a past issue is feautured with a link to In Posse at Verse Daily/Monthly, where they feature famous poets from magazines and books.

The paperback version of James Sallis's Chester Himes biography was published in the fall of 2003, reissues of two earlier novels out in uniform trade paperback will coincide with publication of a new novel. He has sold six novels to Spain, publication of one in Argentina brought a marvelous interview/profile in the Buenos Aires newspaper, and another great two-part interview appeared in the Luxembourg newspaper La Voix. Meanwhile the Boston Globe has contracted with him for a monthly books column. This column will join his columns for F&SF and Web Del Sol.

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