I am part of the Geo-Poe Project. Here is my hint: It is at Lombard Street in Jonestown. Beneath the big monument that looks like a steel knot. I will be reading at the end of the month at Westminster Hall. Learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/geopoebaltimore
A conversation I overheard on North Avenue outside Pearson’s Florist was recently adapted as a comic strip by Ryan Onorato. It is up at Mutant Funnies. Check it out. Here is the link: http://mutantfunnies.tumblr.com/image/95879206759
Zeb and Bunny Build Russian Dolls is coming out as a limited edition chapbook and free e-book in March 2015, from Hidden Clearing Books
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Greetings and salutations!
Do you remember Timmy Reed? He wrote our very first issue of Postcard Prose and Poems, “The Bridge.” We’re excited to publish his short fiction “Zeb and Bunny Build Russian Dolls” for our Chappies series.
“Zeb and Bunny Build Russian Dolls” is about two insignificant divine beings in a world full of insignificant divine beings (author’s own words). It’s a tale of creation and loneliness, full of Reed’s witty humor.
Coming March 2015 as a limited-edition chapbook and as a free eBook.
Reviewers & Bloggers: Interested in participating in this title’s release day blog tour? In exchange for posting a review, interview and/or excerpt within the first three weeks of the title’s release, bloggers will receive a review copy prior to publication and have the opportunity to participate in a giveaway. Interested parties please contact us using the form below or via email at email@example.com (put…
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Check me out as part of Baltimore’s own Jen Michalski’s month at Atticus Review: http://atticusreview.org/featured-fiction-writer-jen-michalski/
My story about a woman, Leslie, who takes her demon(s) out on a date is up now at Curbside Splendor, in their e-zine (http://www.curbsidesplendor.com/curbside/curbside/august-2014) Read the intro, scroll down, and click the link to read the issue. Enjoy!
Hola, readers! I am super proud of this one because I think this is where I may be in my later years. Collecting giant rocks with an old friend!
Here is the link: http://atticusreview.org/pebble/
I don’t know why I didn’t post this earlier this summer when it happened, but a satirical novel I wrote about Hollywood, North Baltimore, reality television, plastic surgery, bodily fluid donation, and religion in the early 2000’s was a finalist for Civil Coping Mechanisms awesome Mainline contest. Check out the details, here: http://copingmechanisms.net/mainline
Very proud to have my short story about a Baltimore City street gang at a team-building retreat in the woods find a home in issue 4 of the Free State Review. Buy it here: http://freestatereview.com/bookstore.html