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Michelle Bailat-Jones

Michelle Bailat-Jones is a writer and translator. Her first novel, Fog Island Mountains (Tantor, 2014), won the 2013 Christopher Doheny Award from the Center for Fiction and Audible. She has translated the work of Charles Ferdinand Ramuz, Claude Cahun, Julia Allard Daudet, Céline Cerny and Laure Mi-Hyun Croset. Her short fiction, poetry, translations and literary criticism have appeared in various journals including The Women’s Review of Books, The Kenyon Review, Cerise Press, Spolia Mag, Two Serious Ladies,Hayden’s Ferry Review, PANK (online), The Rumpus and The Quarterly Conversation. She is also the Translations Editor for Necessary Fiction.


Notes as Guest Reader/Editor in Smokelong Quarterly

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The SmokeLong Quarterly Comedy Prize 2021!

This competition is no longer accepting entries. Watch for the long list coming soon! The four winners of the competition will be featured in Issue 74 of SmokeLong Quarterly coming out near the end of December.