Scott Wiggerman and David Meischen on their wedding day.

David Meischen: Recent Successes

  • “How to Shoot at Someone Who Outdrew You,” a chapter from my memoir in progress, is forthcoming in The Gettysburg Review.
  • “Crossing the Nueces,” another memoir chapter, will appear in Fashionably Late: Gay, Bi, and Trans Men Who Came Out Later in Life, scheduled for release by Eldredge Books on National Coming Out Day 2016 (October 11).
  • “Cicada Song” will appear shortly in Salamander, Issue 42, Spring/Summer 2016. This one is my fifteenth story to be published.
  • “The Yellow Dress,” short fiction, appears in Copper Nickel, Issue 21, Fall 2015.
  • I have poems—recent or forthcoming—in Assaracus, Naugatuck River Review, San Pedro River Review, Southern Poetry Review, and Talking Writing.
  • I have finished a novel in stories, which has found enthusiastic support from a New York agent. An excerpt from this manuscript won the 2011 Writers’ League of Texas Manuscript Contest in Mainstream Fiction. Ten of the stories are available—or forthcoming—in Bellingham Review, Copper Nickel, The Evansville Review, The Gettysburg Review, Limestone, Prime Number, Printer’s Devil Review, Salamander, Talking Writing, and Valparaiso Fiction Review.

A Personal Milestone

Scott Wiggerman is a fellow poet, a fellow writer. A decade ago, together, we founded Dos Gatos Press. On October 23, 2013, we married in Taos. (That’s me on the right, with a glass of Prosecco.)

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