Re: WhiskeyPaper

WhiskeyPaper/WhiskeyPaper Press is an online literary magazine/chapbook press founded & edited by 90s high school sweethearts/husband & wife superteam: Loran Smith & Leesa Cross-SmithLeesa is represented by Kerry D’Agostino of Curtis Brown Ltd. and her debut short story collection EVERY KISS A WAR was published by Mojave River Press (April, 2014). Her debut novel WHISKEY & RIBBONS is forthcoming from Hub City Press, early Spring 2018. Her work has been anthologized in The Best Small Fictions 2015, received Editor’s Choice in Carve Magazine's Raymond Carver Short Story Contest, been listed as a Notable Story for storySouth's Million Writers Award and been a finalist for both the Flannery O’Connor Short Story Award and the Iowa Short Fiction Award. Her short fiction has also been a finalist for Best of the Net and The Best Small Fictions 2017. EVERY KISS A WAR was also nominated for the 2014 PEN Open Book Award and listed on Bustle’s 15 Contemporary Short Story Collections by Women You Should Really Read and Hello Giggles’ 25 Books To Read When You’re Falling In Love(A detailed list of Leesa’s published work/recognition.)


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Editor Leesa Cross-Smith was a consulting editor for The Best Small Fictions 2017. 
WhiskeyPaper had NINE mentions on the 2014 Wigleaf Top 50 & Longlist which highlights the best short fiction online. 
Our editor/contributors have stories featured/shortlisted in The Best Small Fictions 2015 and The Best Small Fictions 2017.
WhiskeyPaper is a summer baby, born in 2012.
WhiskeyPaper is updated once a week on Saturdays or after-church Sunday afternoons.
WhiskeyPaper is on Twitter.
WhiskeyPaper is on Tumblr.
WhiskeyPaper is on Facebook.
WhiskeyPaper answered Six Questions once.
WhiskeyPaper discussed WhiskeyPaper Press @ Real Pants.
WhiskeyPaper is in love with Americana.
WhiskeyPaper is Kentuckyishness.
WhiskeyPaper is in love with minimalism and the South.
WhiskeyPaper is in love with lots of things.
WhiskeyPaper is PaperWhiskey.
(Resident WhiskeyPaper artist = Elisabeth Clem of Poppy and Pinecone.)