Southeastern English instructor's short story to be published
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
by: Tonya Lowentritt
HAMMOND – "Spring," a short story by Southeastern Louisiana University English instructor Alan Marsh, was recently accepted for publication in the Fall 2014 edition of "New Plains Review," which is coming out this month.
According to Marsh, the story is about the parallel journeys of families struggling for existence - some human, some not.
"I felt honored to be published by this journal, as they only accept one piece of fiction in their biannual publication," he said.
"New Plains Review" is published semiannually in the spring and fall by the University of Central Oklahoma and is staffed by faculty and students. They are committed to publishing high quality poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction by established and emerging writers, Marsh said.
"Over the years, "New Plains Review" has expanded its range to invite writers beyond the university community," he added. "They receive hundreds of submissions from all over the country, and the authors they publish range from the well-known to the soon-to-be-discovered."