William Auten's work has appeared in Blast Furnace, Drunken Boat, failbetter, Hayden's Ferry Review, Literary Salt, Nimrod, Notre Dame Review, Sugar House Review, Sycamore Review, Terrain, and other publications. He had recently completed his first novel.
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After nearly a month, edits to my novel are now complete, and I am ahead of schedule. Next up: finding its home with an agent and a publishing house. Thank you to my readers for your feedback and, most importantly, you time.
My new novel has been sent to my trusty band of readers. Onward.
My new novel is written. 555 pages. Now it's time for editing and revising.
Chapter five is complete, which means my novel is halfway finished.
Notre Dame Review has provided a Web extra featuring an audio version and a commentary of my poem "House on the Quay" in the winter issue.
Hawai'i Review will publish my poem "We Would Call It 'Hard Zen'" in the winter issue.
Terrain will publish my poems "Dusk on the Sandias" and "With Wolves" in the April issue.
Notre Dame Review will publish my poem "House on the Quay" in the July 2012 issue.
The audio version of "Terrible Infant" has been published in Blast Furrnace 1, no. 4 (2011). Read more >>
Just received word that Blast Furnace will publish the audio version of my poem "Terrible Infant" for issue 4.
Sugar House Review will publish my poem "Were I the heavy" in the spring/summer 2012 issue.
Drunken Boat will publish the poem "Dominion" in an upcoming issue.
Newly redesigned Web site launched.
www.mygoodeyeclosed.com [the old Web site] is now closed. Thanks for the memories.
Serenade and the Song Remains Sound chosen by Sycamore Review for their promotional postcard at the 2006 Association of Writers and Writing Programs annual conference. See more >>
Serenade and the Song Remains Sound published as the cover for Sycamore Review 18, no. 1 (2005). See more >>
Big Tex[t] 2, no.1 (2005), publishes the following paintings below. See more >>
Deo de Deum I
Deo de Deum II
"At the End of the Century" published in Liteary Salt, no. 4 (2004). Read more >>
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