“Coyote” Accepted by Quiddity

Nov 18, 2012 | Writing | 0 comments

My short story, “Coyote,” has just been accepted by Quiddity!

Quiddity is “a multimedia arts venue featuring an international literary journal (print and audio), a public-radio program, and a visiting writer and artist series.  Each is produced by Benedictine University in partnership with NPR member/PRI affiliate WUIS, Illinois Public Radio’s hub-station.”

The story will be coming out in the journal sometime in the spring, and in preparation I will be recording my reading of the story in “Waveform format,” whatever that is!

Apparently the reading will be used for the possibility of radio broadcast (for listeners of the on-air program) as well as on-demand Web and simultaneous streaming audio (for listeners who access the audio electronically).  Cool.

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