Interview: Jason Marc Harris

Writer Jason Marc Harris answered questions from Psychopomp‘s own editorial intern, Xai Thao, about writing, teaching, and his story “The Handle,” A Psychopomp Magazine Short Fiction Award finalist in 2016. You can read… Continue reading

Issue 13

The Fall 2016 issue of Psychopomp Magazine is now live.

Featuring work by McKenzie Hightower, Morgan Fox, Hugh Behm-Steinberg, and Vera Kurian.

Best of the Net Nominations

We’re pleased to announce Psychopomp Magazine’s nominations for the 2016 Best of the Net Anthology. Jaclyn Watterson’s “Charlie’s Kidney” That winter, so many animals and people froze to death the state began distributing their carcasses… Continue reading

Issue 12

  The Summer 2016 issue of Psychopomp Magazine is now live. Inside you’ll find prose by Danielle Lea Buchanan, Molly Gutman, Jason Marc Harris, Steven Wolf, and the first place winner of our 2016… Continue reading

Summer Flash Call

From now until May 15, 2016 we’ll be reading flash fiction for the Summer 2016 issue of Psychopomp Magazine. It’s completely free to submit, and you can send us up to three short… Continue reading

Issue 11

  Our Spring 2016 issue of Psychopomp Magazine is now live. Inside you’ll find prose by David Wirthlin, Julia Park Tracey, Kelly Kiehl, Ron Burch, and Jessica Rutland, in addition to visual art by… Continue reading

2016 Contest Results

We’re pleased to announce the results of our 2016 Psychopomp Magazine Short Fiction Contest. All authors will be listed alphabetically by name within their categories. It was a pleasure to receive so many… Continue reading

March Reprints: Week 5

  There once was an orchid named Ed. He fell in total love with a wasp named Earl, who loved Ed back, totally. Together they became something else, not Earl and not Ed… Continue reading

March Reprints: Week 4

  After Justin’s father left and his mother began drinking, Justin would walk through the rooms and touch things his father had touched, what she hadn’t thrown out or broken, would feel these solid objects… Continue reading

March Reprints: Week 3 Pt. 2

  I didn’t know it was made out of butter. Not until it slipped out of the doctor’s hands and skidded across the cold tile, between the nurses’ white sneakers. Perhaps that explains… Continue reading