The bite-size contributions (most aren't more than a few pages long), span the gamut of genres, including essays, reportage, and fiction. This year they are loosely based around the concept of a qlost a foundq box and the random, disparate items that it might hold. It's the perfect metaphor for Las Vegas, a metropolis with such singular energies generated by the juxtaposition--and sometimes collision--of so many diverse and frenetic elements. In no other city is it so easy to get lost, nor so vital to be foundWhat the City Hides and What It Reveals: Essays and Stories Moniro Ravinpour, Geoff Schumacher, T.R. Witcher, ... story collection, Going Anywhere, won the 2013 Leapfrog Press Fiction Prize and is to be published in November 2014. ... Yemasseea#39;s William Richey Short Fiction Contest, the New South Writing Contest , and Jabberwock Reviewa#39;s Prize for Fiction, ... His latest stories appear or are forthcoming in Narrative Magazine, The Magazine of Fantasy aamp; Science Fiction, Best ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Lost and Found in Las Vegas|
|Author||:||Moniro Ravinpour, Geoff Schumacher, T.R. Witcher, Mercedes M. Yardley, David Armstrong, Mason Ian Bundschuh, Heidi Kyser, Joseph Langdon, Launce Rake|
|Publisher||:||Huntington Press Inc - 2014-10-01|