I have a story in the form of a text message published in this months ƒault, called txt and guest edited by Austin Islam. The whole month of daily stories is available online and can also be text messaged to you each day personally by the editors. Interesting idea. I was excited to be a part of it. Here is the link: http://www.ƒault.net/issues/txt
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Welcome to our new interview series, “Contributors’ Corner,” where we open the floor each week to one of our contributors to the journal. This week, we hear from Timmy Reed, whose stories “The Spider’s Eggs” and “Minutes from Meeting of Afterdeath Board of Directors” appear in 2.1and3.2.
Timmy Reed is a writer from Baltimore, Maryland. He has recently published or has work forthcoming from a number of places including Akashic Books, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Everyday Genius, Necessary Fiction, and Atticus Review. He edits the “What Lit” section of What Weekly magazine and recently published a collection of stories, Tell God I Don’t Exist. Learn more here: underratedanimals.wordpress.com.
Can you share a moment that has shaped you as a writer (or continues to)?
All the good moments help, I know that much. Accumulating good moments seems good for the head. They happen when I leave my house here…
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Check out this review from the very kind and always discerning Quincy Rhoads. It is up now in 25 Point-form over at the one and only HTML Giant, ”The Internet Literature Magazine Blog of The Future.” Check it out here: http://htmlgiant.com/reviews/25-points-tell-god-i-dont-exist/
When she opened her closet, it was full of wolves. She went outside without a coat.
When she bit into her hot dog, a slick lone wolf slipped out of the casing. She searched the pink meat for the rest of the pack.
There were several wolves waiting to meet her at the flower shop, so she picked a weed out front instead.
She was afraid to go back to her apartment because the wolves in her closet could have mated, making even more wolves. So many they pushed the door off its hinges and spilled out into the living room. She went to the bar instead, not sure what she might find. It was early and she thought it would probably be empty.
The bar was packed with wolves. She went inside.
I am thrilled to have two stories, All The Greatest Moments Of My Life Happened At McDonalds and To Balance Light On Wet Air, up now at the beautiful new Wu Wei Fashion Magazine. Check out the whole issue at the link: http://wuweifashion.com
I have a piece called The Gentle Ghost of My Right Arm out now in SkyDeer Helpking, the new annual print anthology put out by Love Symbol Press, edited by the super-cool Russ Woods and Jeanette Gomes. Here is a link to where you can get a copy: http://skydeer.info
My short story, Moles, is out now in Cobalt Review Vol. 2. The issue looks and feels beautiful and is full of great writing. Grab a copy HERE: http://www.cobaltpress.org
The very kind CL Bledsoe published a great review of my short story collection, Tell God I Don’t Exist, on the literary website, Prick of the Spindle. Read it here: http://www.prickofthespindle.com