Mitchell Waldman is the author of the story collection, PETTY OFFENSES AND CRIMES OF THE HEART (Blue Lake Review), and the novel, A FACE IN THE MOON

In addition, his short stories, poetry, and essays have appeared  in numerous publications, including The MacGuffinFoliate Oak, Random Sample, Soft Cartel, Spelk, Furtive Dalliance, Ginosko Literary Journal, Whatever Our Souls,  Down in the Dirt Magazine, Kairos Literary Magazine, Literally StoriesCorvus Review, Scarlet Leaf Reviewthe Bond Street Review, poems2go, The Machinery -- A Literary Collection, Baby Lawn Literature, Peachfish Magazine, The Avalon Literary Review, Random Sample,  Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Crack the SpineFiction on the Web, Epiphany Magazine,  Fringe Magazinethe Waterhouse Review,  Troubadour 21The Big Stupid ReviewEunoia ReviewGreensilk Journal,  Pulse Literary Journal, Blue Ships Magazine (story; poems),  Wind Magazine, LitsnackThe Houston Literary Review,  trans lit magRed Fez,  the Legendarythe Fine LineMilk Sugarthe Piker Pressnew aesthetic, worldwide hippies (storyessay and poems),  Wilderness House Literary Review; Midwest Literary Magazine63 Channels,  Moronic Ox Literary and Cultural Journal (poems 1poems 2; poems 3)Five Fishes Journal, Eclectic Flash, eFiction Magazine, Connotation Press, Ink Monkey MagazineThe Battered Suitcase, Blue Ships MagazineShorelines Literary Magazine, Greatest Lakes ReviewFiction Collective, Bracelet Charm Quarterly, First Literary Review, PoetpourriPoetry Motel, Delirium,  CWG Newsletter, Poetalk, Poet's Page, Poetic Hours, the Poetry Peddler, Poetry Forum, the Poet's Haven, the Advocate,  Desperate ActHazmat Literary ReviewMobiusInnisfreethe Parnassus Literary JournalVerbal Expression, Bold Print, Woven Worlds, Long Story Short, 13th Story, Unknowns, Rochester Shorts, The Rochester Times-Union, and  the anthologies, Beyond Lament: Poets of the World Bearing Witness to the Holocaust (Northwestern University Press, 1998), Messages from the Universe (iUniverse, 2002),  America Remembered (Virgogray Press, 2010),  Green (Midwest Literary Magazine, 2010), Looking Beyond (Scars Publications, 2011)  Prominent Pen (dirt edition) (Scars Publications, 2011), The Lighthouse (Down in the Dirt, 2017), and The Light in the Sky (Down in the Dirt,  2017). 

Waldman was also co-editor (with his wife, poet and journalist, Diana May-Waldman, author of A Woman's Song) of the books, Wounds of War: Poets for Peace (PublishAmerica, 2006) and Hip Poetry 2012 (Wind Publications, 2012), and is  Fiction Editor of Blue Lake Review.

He has also written book reviews for Midwest Book Review and Scribes World.

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