Robin Littell, Writing Instructor and Coordinator of the Writing Institute, is an author of short stories and her work has appeared in several publications, including Gravel Magazine, NoiseMedium, Found Polaroids, and Glitter Train. Most recently, her piece “Going South“ was published Literary Mama Magazine.
Robin explained to me that “Literary Mama caters to … stories that are about motherhood.” “Going South” tells the story of a mother and daughter who move to Florida, and relates the memories of the young daughter as she spends time with her mother in this new place. About the piece, Robin says, “the story I wrote was partially based on memory that I have.” However, she also says that some portions of the text are only partially true, as she was very young at the time of the account. She says that she’s written several pieces that are based on her memories.
In addition to this recent publication in Literary Mama, Robin has recently received notification that her short story for Found Polaroids called “The Scowl” will be published in a print book in August of this year.
Congratulations, Robin, on this recognition for your wonderful work. To learn more about Robin Littell and her work, visit her website!