Degrees of Separation: PANK
by Treehouse Editors
Looking back, we have a lot of contributors in common with [PANK], which might be a good sign that you should read their work.
Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz wrote our briefest piece ever, the witty poem Said the Fly…. PANK published My Tiny God and several other poems of hers.
Matt Bell wrote a review of Jesus’ Son for us, and PANK reviewed two of Matt Bell’s books, How They Were Found and Cataclysm Baby. He was also in their print issue 4.
We published Andrew Brininstool’s three-part story, Reader Response Theory, and you can read his piece Wild Honey at PANK’s website.
Roxane Gay, who wrote one of our most popular stories, Girl/Box, happens to be one of PANK’s editors.
They published Vaiju Joshi’s piece Ten Things I Do Not Tell Anyone About My Child, and you can read her story Clean Slates here at Treehouse.
PANK published five poems by Laura Kochman, who also has a few prose poems here.
JJ Lynne wrote some poetry and a brief encounter for Treehouse, and you can find her somewhere in PANK’s archives under her birth name. Mysterious, right? If you guess which creative work is hers, you win one virtual cookie.
Ravi Mangla has two stories over there: Ethics and Summit. We published his story A Good Meal.
Kyle Minor wrote a list for our 5 Things You Should Read series, and PANK has published several of his pieces, such as The Reason Why People Will Always Be Enthralled By Plainspoken High-Stakes Domestic Realism. The title alone should make you curious.
Delaney Nolan, whose stories You Live Alone In a Small House and Lessons in American History were published here, also appears in their issue 8.
PANK published Robert Anthony Siegel’s story What the American Public Wants, and he wrote a review for our Jesus’ Son mixtape week.
All Star Cast – even better than the Breakfast Club or the Empire Records crew.
Here’s a hint to help you solve my mystery: my photography was featured in PANK rather than my writing. Now put on your best Houndstooth hat and and maybe you can hunt my work down Sherlock-style.