Fall has arrived, and I’m happy to celebrate by sharing good news. But first, I’d like to acknowledge Mark Reep, founder Ramshackle Review. Mark recently announced he had to close RR, which has published work by a number of Fictionaut members. Thank you, Mark, for publishing this fine magazine. In other news, Jürgen Fauth has an excerpt from his novel Kino at The Good Men Project. Bill Yarrow’s poems are featured at A-Minor and his chapbook Fourteen is available at Naked Mannekin. W.F. Lantry is interviewed at This Magazine, and has poems at Tower Journal and Horizon Review. Susan Tepper’s “Who Made Men Dance” is published at Art Faccia. Susan also interviewed Robert Olen Butler for The Nervous Breakdown. Sheldon Lee Compton’s story collection, The Same Terrible Storm, is forthcoming from Foxhead Books. Stories by Susan Gibb, Con Chapman, and Gill Hoff are at Pure Slush. Meg Tuite’s “Prevailing Winds” is at Fwriction Review. Finally, Andrew Stancek’s “Mirko’s Mountain” is at Apollo’s Lyre.