Small Things in Big Places, a short story collection by upstreet author Courtney Maum (“I Used to be Rich,” upstreet number six) has been published by Troy Bookmakers.
Courtney is an interdisciplinary writer who lives in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts. Besides writing fiction, she specializes in the development of brand identity for companies and individuals through the alignment of voice and story, work which earned her the Audi Talent Award at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. In addition to upstreet, her fiction has appeared in The Coe Review, Defenestration, Stamford Festival of the Arts, Daedalus, In Other Words, Slice Magazine, and Freerange Nonfiction.
Small Things in Big Places, which won an Honorable Mention in the Dzanc Books short story collection competition, can be purchased online from the publisher.