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“Trauma to Drama: Creating Fiction from my Worst Nightmare,” September 30, Fiction Writers Review

Fomite Press (Vanishing Acts) (Vanishing Acts)

Livingston Press (Shark Girls)

Station 22

University of West Alabama

Livingston, AL 35470

Joe Taylor, Director

Phone: 205 652-3470

Fax: 205 652-3717

BkMk Press (Wild Things and Dream Lives of Butterflies) (Wild Things) (Dream Lives of Butterflies)

Helicon Nine Editions (Climbing the God Tree)

Helicon Nine has closed their publishing house.

Please Contact the author, Jaimee Wriston Colbert,

If you’d like to purchase copies of Climbing the God Tree.



Review of How Not to Drown in North American Review, July 2021:

Podcast interview on Journey of an Aesthete Podcast – A comprehensive examination of all matters aesthetic – Arts & Humanities: An interview with Jaimee Wriston Colbert on her new novel, How Not to Drown. Aug 2021 (Link forthcoming)

Sirens & Selkies – An Interview with Jaimee Wriston about her new book, How Not to Drown. Anita Gill, Hypertext Magazine. May 2021.

Interview on: for How Not to Drown as eco-fiction, May 2021, with founder and editor Mary Woodbury.

Publisher Alcove Press - Penguin Random House Distribution (How Not to Drown)

Interviewed on the Journey of an Aesthete Podcast Series, which focuses on creative contributions by significant contemporary Artists and Writers 2019.

Vanishing Acts featured in interview on Artists and Climate Change – Building Earth Connections: “Wild Authors: Jaimee Wriston Colbert.”

Vanishing Acts featured book on “Snowflakes In A Blizzard” newsletter and blog (over 3,000 subscribers)

Interview with Barrett Bowlin in "Solstice Literary Magazine" on new novel Vanishing Acts.

Chapter One of Vanishing Acts published in "Ragazine", Summer 2018 Interview with Christine Sneed on The Nervous Breakdown (TNB), “premier online culture magazine and literary community.”

Vanishing Acts featured March book on for “Authors Who Tackle Climate Change in Fiction” series.

Excerpt from Vanishing Acts featured on" Dragonfly," the eco-fiction website for Green Reads.

Review of Wild Things in "Punahou Bulletin": Puns in Print, Fall 2017

Wild Things is a Finalist in the 2017 American Book Fest Best Books Awards.

Wild Things wins the 2017 CNY Book Award in Fiction. Link 1 Link 2

New Pages Review

American Book Review “The Wild Beckons”

(Quoted from Rumpus Interview, in Poets & Writers, “Lines We Live By,” Jan. 24, 2017)

- Gargoyle #66, published “Aftermath” in 50th Anniversary Anthology.

Paragon Journal, issue 9 – “Exclusive Interview with Jaimee Wriston Colbert” pg. 41-44.

Distinguished Voices in Literature

Q and A with Christine Sneed:


Interview, Fiction Writers Review:

Paterson Review, “The Hoodie’s Tale,” Featured story of 2016:

Solstice Literary Review, Featured Author for “Wild Things” (the story)

Wild Things listed in Green Reads, “The Man Who Jumped” (excerpt from Wild Things) Natural Bridge Podcast – reading of “Erosion.” Tahoma Literary Review – TLR Recommends – book review of Wild Things.

Jane's Stories Short Story Award Announcement

Jaimee Wriston Colbert has won the 2008 Jane's Stories Short Story Award. Contest Judge Cheryl Klein chose Colbert's story, "The Man Who Jumped," for the First Prize, noting "I found it chilling in places, and sad, and hopeful in the quietest way. I also liked how the writer brought a whole world of events into the world of the story."

Excerpt of Shark Girls, published in Knee Jerk Magazine, November 2009

Review of Shark Girls from Foreward Magazine, Rob Baker, Nov.2009

2009 Editors' Prize-winning story, "We Are All In Pieces." Isotope, A Journal of Literary Nature and Science Writing.

Short Story, “This is a Success Story”, Solstice Literary Journal

New Letters on the Air interview April 1, 2009 Arts & Literature

Dream Lives of Butterflies Press interview

Poets & Writers Directory-listing

Peculiar Pilgrims, Stories From the Left Hand of God. Hourglass Books - Anthology includes a J. Wriston Colbert short story.