Earlier this year, Amoskeag Journal, out of New Hampshire, published my short story “[sic].” Recently, I had the good fortune to be deemed by their editors worthy of an interview and, should you so choose, you’ll be able to read that interview here, on January 8th—allegedly it will “go live” around noon.
Amoskeag‘s 2011 issue, featuring my story “[sic],” just officially hit the stands. Go forth to New Hampshire University’s (comparatively attractive) website and buy, or check whatever local bookstore sells literary journals. Make me look good. And in demand. Please.
Wisconsin Review #45, featuring my story “Gehenna,” just officially hit the stands. Go forth to U of W’s (terrible looking) website and buy, or check whatever local bookstore sells literary journals. Make me look good. And in demand. Please.
I’m excited and proud to announce that the spring 2011 issue of Amoskeag, Southern New Hampshire University’s venerable little journal, will feature my short story “[sic],” which has been looking for a home for nigh on five years. Of course, three of those years, I was too miserable to submit anywhere, but the story sounds more . . . → Read More: “[sic]” in Amoskeag: Victory Is Mine
Volume 45 of The Wisconsin Review, due in early 2011, will feature my short story “Gehenna.” TWR has, within recent memory, won the Best of the Small Press award, so I’m a little freaked and quite honored to have been accepted. I actually did a little jig when I opened the letter. Seriously. Previously, I’d . . . → Read More: Jackpot: Accepted Again!
Happiness is a, my collection of thirteen stories and a novelette, is now available for purchase exclusively through this website (depending on financials, an Amazon.com outlet is likely to follow). As is all the rage in the post file-sharing era, I’ve chosen the road taken by venerable indie musicians of late: I’ve said damn the . . . → Read More: Full-Length Book Now Available: Happiness is a
In exciting news, you’ll be able to find my short story “Horse Latitudes” properly published for all to see in the mid-2011 issue of The Willard & Maple—a magazine with real live overseas buyers (or so the internet tells me).
“Horse Latitudes” was, when I quit writing for two years (2006-2008) due to a bout . . . → Read More: Accepted!