Frances Park is the author or co-author of ten novels, memoirs, and children’s books highly praised by The Times Literary Supplement, The Washington Post, USA Today, Newsweek, NPR, Radio Free Asia, and Voice of America. Her titles include To Swim Across the World (Hyperion), My Freedom Trip: A Child’s Escape from North Korea (Boyds Mills Press) and Good-bye, 382 Shin Dang Dong (National Geographic Books). Her forthcoming memoir That Lonely Spell: Stories of Family, Friends & Love (Heliotrope Books 2022) deals with love and loss against the backdrop of her unique Korean American experience.
Willow Barnosky lives in Northern California. Her fiction appears in Severine, The Honest Ulsterman, Spelk, Ellipsis, The Write Launch, and elsewhere. She works as a Virtual English Language Fellow, teaching and training language teachers in Poland. She can be found on Twitter at onomatopoesia and at willowbarnosky.com.
Hi all, unfortunately we’re delayed in reading and responding to your work, and putting together the issue. As such, we’ll be postponing issue 4 until the Fall 2020. If you sent us your work, expect to hear from us by the end of August. We hope you are having a wonderful summer!
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Featuring 24 authors and poets writing on far flung places around the globe. Check out Foreign Literary now available on Kindle.
We are now seeking fiction, nonfiction, poetry, interviews, and–a new addition–visual media (art and photography) for our summer 2020 issue. We are also open to photo stories and mixed media. Please query us at email@example.com. Please send us your work by June 15th. Also, we are now offering a (small) payment. As always, the theme […]
By Lucy Ferriss
by Mark Halpern
Then again came the voice that could silence me. The American professor who was the director of the expedition, Irene Demas. She had my left upper incisor in her shorts pocket.
Foreign Literary Journal is a compilation of poetry and prose related to the theme of life away from home.