Awards Eligibility Post — Holly Lyn Walrath
The gash of your mouth opens
wide around the cold
porcelain of the condemned —
the lonely, the wasteful, the lavish
like a kitten dead in the road
all things are wanting to you
Wow, I really can’t believe this year is almost over. This year, I am very glad to have published in some outstanding anthologies and pro markets. I want to thank all the editors and publishers who continue to support my writing — I would not be here without you! And thank you to all the readers, writers, and friends who have read my writing. Particular thanks to Alex Tonelli of Kipple Press for translating my book The Smallest of Bones (first published by Clash Books) into Italian!
My short stories “Twelve Babies” and “The Asylum” are eligible for the HWA Bram Stoker Award. My poems are eligible for the SFPA Rhysling Award. If you would like a PDF of any of these works, please email me: hlwalrath (at) gmail (dot) com.
List of Works Published by Holly Lyn Walrath in 2022:
Fiction (Short Stories)
“Twelve Babies” —Flash Fiction, A Woman Unbecoming Anthology, Crone Girls Press (October 2022)
“Trinity’s Dragon” — The Sunday Morning Transport (October 16, 2022)
“The Asylum” — Other Terrors: An Inclusive Anthology (July 2022)
“Water Drawn from a Stone” — Not One of Us, Issue #71, July 2022
“Literature for Ukraine” published in Houston Arts Journal
March 10, 2022
“You Crave Poison” — HWA Poetry Showcase V. IX, October 2022
Il più piccolo tra le ossa — The Smallest of Bones, translated into Italian by Kipple Press, February 2022
The Gravity of Existence by Christina Sng (Poetry, Interstellar Flight Press, December 5, 2022)
The Future Second by Second by Meridel Newton (Fiction Novella, Interstellar Flight Press, May 2, 2022)
Escaping the Body by Chloe N. Clark (Poetry, Interstellar Flight Press, March 7, 2022)
About the Author
Holly Lyn Walrath is a writer, editor, and publisher. Her poetry and short fiction has appeared in Strange Horizons, Fireside Fiction, Analog, and Flash Fiction Online. She is the author of several books of poetry including Glimmerglass Girl (2018), Numinose Lapidi (2020), and The Smallest of Bones (2021). She holds a B.A. in English from The University of Texas and a Master’s in Creative Writing from the University of Denver.