New Hyphen Fiction Editor Seeks Short Story Submissions

September 30, 2010

Hyphen's new fiction editor, Caroline Kim-Brown, is putting out a call for short-story submissions.

Caroline is an experienced writer and editor who has taught creative writing and fiction at San Francisco State University, the University of Michigan and Tufts University. She's also been a poetry reader for the literary magazine Ploughshares. Caroline takes over for Neela Banerjee, who's left Hyphen for new adventures. 

Changing editors hasn't changed what we're looking for in fiction submissions. We want well-crafted stories of 5,000 words or less that will make readers laugh, cry and think. If you've got a great story, send caroline.kimbrown [at] (Caroline) an email. See our submission guidelines  for more information on what we're looking for and how to submit a story.

Some recent stories published in Hyphen include:

I welcome Caroline to Hyphen and your submissions to our Fiction section.


Harry Mok

Editor in chief

Editor in Chief Harry Mok wrote about growing up on a Chinese vegetable farm for the second issue of Hyphen and has been a volunteer editor since 2004. As a board member of the San Francisco and New York chapters of the Asian American Journalists Association, Harry has recruited and organized events for student members. He holds a master’s degree in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley, where he was also a graduate student instructor in the Asian American Studies Department.