New Nick Story in F&SF

NickFSFHappy to announce that the 2018 Nov/Dec issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction has landed, and my story is in it. I’m thrilled to be among some of the finest short fiction writers in the field, including one of my personal favorites, Jeffery Ford. Special thanks to editor C.c. Finlay and all the readers who love the short form as much as I do—and still don’t mind reading stuff in print. : )

First page sneak peek! 

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New Micros!

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I’m excited to be included with about 80 other authors in a new W.W. Norton anthology of super shorty-short stories titled New Micro: Exceptionally Short Fiction. No story in this collection exceeds 300 words. This is a fabulous book. A tasty gathering of microbrews!

The Baron and His Floating Daugther

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I’m very happy to announce that another of my Italian folktales, “The Baron and His Floating Daughter,” will appear in the November/December issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Special thank you to F&SF editor C.c. Finlay for liking the story. (Prosecco not shown in photo!)

New Nick Story in Galaxy’s Edge

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My short story “Of Love and Olives” is in the January 2018 Galaxy’s Edge (issue 30), available online, as an e-book, or in print. It’s another in my series of modern Italian folktales. Happy New Year!

A Winter’s Night of Italian Folktales

A Winter’s Night of Italian Folktales: Reading and Publication Party

Writers & Books
740 Universtiy Ave.
Rochester, NY 14607
Thursday, December 28, 2017
7:00 p.m.

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Order the VIA Folktales Issue Today!

Orders for VIA: Voices in Italian Americana, Volume 28, Number 2 are now open.

To order, visit the Bordighera Press website. Please share the link, and encourage your friends and family to purchase a copy.

Enjoy the new voices in Italian-American folktales!

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Congrats, Folktale Authors!

I’d like to congratulate the authors in the upcoming special issue of Voices in Italia Americana (VIA) dedicated to new Italian and Italian-American folktales. These writers have dared to experiment with the folktale form, and I look forward to sharing their stories!

Carolyn Balducci
Rosanna Micelotta Battigelli
Joan Borrelli
Nancy Caronia
Anne Coon
Joann Condellone
Francesco Corigliano
Maria Fama
M.J. Iuppda
Kathryn Larrabee
Holly Masturzo
Samantha Pinto
Delaney Rose
Lisa Lanser Rose

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