(www.keyholepublications.com) will feature Ilan Mochari’s short story, “A Loss to the Stuffed Animal Kingdom,” in Issue
4 of Keyhole Magazine, scheduled to
appear in September, 2008.
Previous contributors to Keyhole include:
Michael Kimball, author of
the novels The
Way the Family Got Away (Thunder’s Mouth Press, 2000), How
Much of Us There Was (Fourth Estate, 2005), and Dear
Everybody (Alma Books, 2008). Stephen King short-listed one of Kimball’s
stories for The Best American Short
Stories 2007. Dave Eggers short-listed one of Kimball’s stories for The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2007.
Corey Mesler, author of the novels We
Are Billion Year Old Carbon: A 60’s Narrative (Livingston Press, 2005)
A Novel in Dialogue (Livingston Press, 2002). His work has received
raves from Pulitzer Prize winner Robert
Olen Butler, as well as John Grisham, Frederick Barthelme,
and George Singleton.
Eric Spitznagel, whose
articles have appeared in Harper’s, Spy, Vanity Fair, Esquire, Rolling Stone,
and Playboy. He is the author of six
books and the ghostwriter of Ron Jeremy’s memoir, The
Hardest (Working) Man in Show Biz (Harper
Myfanwy Collins, whose story
“Daughters” was selected for the Dzanc Books Best of the Web 2008
Anthology. Her work has also appeared in The
Kenyon Review, The Mississippi Review,
AGNI, and Monkeybicycle.
Keppel, whose stories have appeared in Glimmer Train, The Literary
Review, and Mid-American Review.
Elizabeth Ellen, author
of the story collections Before
You She Was a Pit Bull (Future Tense, 2006) and Sixteen
Miles Outside of Phoenix (Rose Metal Press, 2008).
Ilan Mochari is a novelist and journalist living in the Boston area. His short story, “The Father I
Knew (and Still Do),” was a finalist in Glimmer Train’s 2007 Family Matters competition. He is
seeking representation for his debut novel Zinsky the Obscure, and he
is at work on his follow-up The Ring Behind the Glass. He is a former
staff writer for Inc and he
has also written for Fortune Small Business and CFO.
He has a B.A. in English from Yale