Strange Monsters Reviewed in Midwest Book Review
The second review for Strange Monsters is in from Midwest Book Review! Strange Monsters: A Music & Words Collaboration is a unique hybrid of audiobook anthology and music CD. Each track consists of a brief fiction story (or poem) set to contemporary jazz music and performed by actors. The tales meld elements of surreal fantasy…
“Sisters” in Grendelsong
I’ve always been interested in the little-explored pieces of the original Little Mermaid story: the lives of the sisters, the weird concept of souls, the sea witch’s back story. I wrote a story about all these things. Today it’s been reprinted online in Grendelsong: https://grendel-song.com/2016/05/07/sisters-bonnie-jo-stufflebeam/ “Sisters” originally appeared in SCHEHEREZADE BEQUEST.
“The Split” in Masters Review
In 2011 I moved to Eugene, Oregon, where I was alternately and sometimes simultaneously very happy and very sad. In Oregon I learned independence and grew into myself as a writer and as a person, but I missed my family in Texas terribly. In 2012 I wrote a story and used my experiences. “The Split”…
“The Centaur’s Daughter”
“The Centaur’s Daughter” (published in A Capella Zoo, 2015) was reviewed at New Pages: Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam’s “The Centaur’s Daughter” achieves a more nuanced approach to a queer text. First and foremost a coming of age narrative, Ruby’s queerness is one part of her character. Ruby is half centaur and queer, and Stufflebeam uses language reminiscent…