Exciting news! Abby has a chapbook forthcoming from Finishing Line Press titled This Fluid Journey, and it is now available for preorder. TFJ is a coming of age story for women, from the happy days of childhood and sunshine to the fear and anxiety of the college days. Poet Jessie Graves writes, "Abby N. Lewis is…
Abby's poem "Smoke Break Outside Swann's Chapel Church" was just featured as the daily poem for Sunday, May 6, on Red Eft Review.
A wonderful review of Abby's poetry collection Reticent can be read via this link. Here's a taste of some of the nice things Diana Iozzia had to say about the book: Abby’s poetry deserves a nice cup of tea, a seat on a bench by a beautiful lake, and a nice sun in the sky. I…
Abby's poem "Snakes and Stones" can be read in the 2016-2017 issue of Red Mud Review at this link. "Snakes and Stones" will also be included in her chapbook This Fluid Journey, which is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press.
Abby's poem "Our Late Grandmother's House" won third place in the Age 19-22 category of the May Poet's Playground contest, which is held each month by The Tennessee Magazine. The poem can be read online at this link.
Read Abby's poem "Pinecone" in issue 8 of Cheat River Review here.
Abby's short story "Abandoners" can be read in the latest online issue of Timber at this link.
Listen to a podcast interview with Abby conducted by Daniel Hedden about the publication of Reticent, among other things, here.
Abby's poem "The Essence of Lounging" was just published in Outrageous Fortune's online journal. Read it here.
The "Walters State Writers Honored by PTK" article, which mentions the publication of Abby's poem and short story in the Tennessee Mosaic, can be found here. Both works won a prize.