Forthcoming Books in 2018

  • An Incomplete List of My Wishes

    Author: Jendi Reiter

    Genre: Fiction

    Available: October 2018

    Jendi Reiter is the author of the novel Two Natures (Saddle Road Press) and four poetry books and chapbooks, most recently Bullies in Love (Little Red Tree).

    Awards include a Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship for Poetry, the New Letters Prize for Fiction, the Wag's Revue Poetry Prize, the Bayou Magazine Editor's Prize in Fiction, and two awards from the Poetry Society of America.

    Two Natures won the Rainbow Award for Best Gay Contemporary Fiction and was a finalist for the Book Excellence Awards and the Lascaux Prize for Fiction.

    Reiter is the editor of WinningWriters.com, an online resource site with contests and markets for creative writers.

    For literary news, readings, and reviews, visit JendiReiter.com and follow @JendiReiter on Twitter.

  • Bloodshot Stories

    Author: Jeff P. Jones

    Genre: Fiction

    Available: Fall 2018

    Jeff P. Jones was born in Denver. He lives on the Palouse in northern Idaho.

    His debut novel Love Give Us One Death won the George Garrett Fiction Prize in 2016.

    Bloodshot Stories is his first story collection.

  • Human Rights and Wrongs

    Author: Adrianne Aron

    Genre: Nonfiction

    Available: Fall 2018

    Adrianne Aron, a psychologist working with immigrants and refugees in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    She is the author of numerous award-winning essays and short stories.

    She is co-editor of Writings for a Liberation Psychology (Harvard University Press); and translator into English of Benedetti’s acclaimed drama, Pedro and the Captain (Cadmus Editions).

  • Shot in the Head

    Author: Lee Varon

    Genre: Poetry

    Available: Fall 2018

    Lee Varon is a social worker in the Boston area. She was born in Chicago.

    She won the 2015 Briar Cliff Review Fiction Award. Her writing has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

    Her poetry has been published in various journals including Atlanta Review, Ibbetson Street, and Muddy River Poetry Review.


    Since its founding in 1996, New Millennium Writings has hosted 169 consecutive literary competitions, published more than 2,000 writers and poets, delivered over 50,000 print anthologies, and awarded more than $300,000 to help launch writing careers.


    This new chapter may be been long overdue, however any one of our 2018 releases will have made the wait worth it (and there's four!). We can't wait for you to read them. These collections are truly remarkable.