More Publication News from a Writing Friend

Author photo of Suzanne Mattaboni
Suzanne Grieco Mattaboni, fiction writer, ‘80s podcaster, essayist

My Running Wild Press colleague, Suzanne Mattaboni, has shared some good news which I’m very happy to pass on. Her novel, Once in a Lifetime, was accepted by TouchPoint Press. She describes it as “fun, irreverent coming-of-age women’s fiction set in a 1980’s tourist town, against a backdrop of new wave music and art.” It’s planned to come out in spring 2022.  Congratulations, Suzanne!

In the nearer future, Suzanne has short story, “The World is Lava,” coming out in a horror anthology called Little Demon Digest, which will be available on Amazon starting Dec. 8th.

Suzanne will also have a story in an anthology coming out in the spring of 2021 called Pizza Parties and Poltergeist—it’s a collection of horror stories set in the 1980s. Her story is called “Don’t You Forget About Me.”

Also, one of her short stories (“A Stain in the Ceiling”) appeared in August in Dark Dossier magazine, issue #50.

That’s a lot of exciting news, Suzanne!

Readers can also find a fine short story by Suzanne in the Running Wild Anthology of Stories Vol. 2, available from Barnes and Noble and Amazon.

cover of Running Wild Anthology of Stories Vol. 2
“Our” Anthology

Here are ways to keep up with Suzanne’s news and connect with her:

Email: suzanne@mattaboni.com

Website: suzannemattaboni.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/suzanne.mattaboni

Twitter:  @suzmattaboni

Instagram: suzannemattaboni80s

Congrats again, Suzanne!

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