SmokeLong Weekly for April 24, 2019:

The Least Fucked Up People

by Max Hipp

I have the plastic bag of things he asked for in the passenger seat. His iPhone 7, a pint of Jim Beam, a carton of Camels, a pack of Magnums. I curve down snaky highways for twenty minutes in the middle of nowhere, then boom: new asphalt and landscaping. The driveway leads to a series … Continue reading The Least Fucked Up People

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Issue Sixty-Three

March 25, 2019

This Week’s Reader:

Devin Kelly

Devin Kelly is the author of In This Quiet Church of Night, I Say Amen (Civil Coping Mechanisms) and the co-host of the Dead Rabbits Reading Series. He is the winner of a Best of the Net Prize, and his writing has appeared or is forthcoming in The Guardian, LitHub, Catapult, DIAGRAM, Redivider, and more. He lives and teaches high school in New York City.

Read the interview with Devin Kelly

SmokeLong Quarterly at AWP Portland — A Recap

If you found it difficult to find the SmokeLong table this year, it’s because we were a roving table. We came to you. It’s your fault if you weren’t there. Anyone who stopped Helen Rye and myself to ask us about our silly t-shirts got the full Roving SmokeLong Quarterly Table treatment. We had swag … Continue reading SmokeLong Quarterly at AWP Portland — A Recap