Recognition / Oct 31

Chantel Tattoli publishes three works


Savannah graduate writing student Chantel Tattoli had three works published: a nonfiction comic she scripted titled "The Other Bunny" in the literary journal Hobart; a piece about Frank Sinatra, Jr., titled "Frankly Singing," was published in The Millions; and a flash fiction bio of William McKinley published by Melville House in a collection titled "Their Peculiar Ambitions." Melville House describes the "Their Peculiar Ambitions" series in this manner: "Every Tuesday right up to Election Day Melville House is presenting stories that creatively interpret the legacies of the men who've held this land's highest office ... 44 presidents, 44 writers, 44 stories."

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