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Presenting Serena Crawford’s Here Among Strangers

  Willow Springs Books and Lost Horse Press are excited to announce that Serena Crawford’s Here Among Strangers, winner of the Spokane Prize for Short Fiction, will be released March 1st! “Crawford’s great skill and restraint are on display … she strikes that...

Nightbird Books hosts Molly Giles

On December 12th, Molly Giles read in Fayetteville, Arkansas to promote her new short story collection, All the Wrong Places, published by Willow Springs Books. Nightbird Books, the local independent bookstore, proudly welcomed Giles back to Fayetteville, who although...

A conversation with Molly Giles

Molly Giles appeared on the Newbies Writer Podcast as a guest speaking, have just released All The Wrong Places. Giles is an award-winning author and her contribution on this show is obvious. Listen to her wit and...

Giles on Michael Krasny’s FORUM

Bay Area author Molly Giles joins Michael Krasny on his radio show, FORUM to discuss her newest short-story collection, “All the Wrong Places.” A “wild and adventurous read,” the stories’ settings range from Hawaii to Ireland....


Are you ready?! Today is the day! We're launching TWO BOOKS at Get Lit! today! Can't wait to see you there! 📗🎉📘

TOMORROW at 2:00 p.m. two of our most recently published authors will be reading as we launch their new books, and we are over the moon excited! Be there or be square!

Do you write short fiction? Do you have a friend, loved one, acquaintance, or friend-of-a-friend that does? Now's your time! When you have a finished manuscript, submit to our 2017 Spokane Prize for Short Fiction! We love the reading period, and we love getting a taste of all the amazing work out there. Check out the link below for details, and please share and spread the word!

http://willowspringsbooks.org/submit/

Our authors are on fire lately! We've got a ton of great reviews in for Stephanie Han, and we recently received word that Karyna McGlynn's work has been picked up by the fabulous Georgia Review! Check both out in the links below:

Karyna McGlynn in the Georgia Review: https://thegeorgiareview.com/product/spring-2017/

Reviews of Stephanie Han:
http://prairieschooner.unl.edu/blog/briefly-noted-swimming-hong-kong-stephanie-han

http://www.siriusdustreview.com/blog/