Please take a look at my short story, “Engagement,” which appears in the latest issue of Newfound Journal. They’ve got lots of great fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and visual arts in there as well. There’s even a very well-written and unique review of James Franco’s film adaptation of Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying. You can find my story here!
The folks at the journal Superstition Review have kindly asked me to do another guest blog post. I was happy to oblige! My subject, roughly, is “truth” in fiction. You can find my post, “Write What You (Don’t) Know” here. Hope you like it.
The great folks at Superstition Review were nice enough to ask me to write a guest blog post. I came up with something that I hope is interesting and maybe generates some discussion: the concept of “likeable characters” in fiction. It’s called “What’s Not to Like?” and you can find it here. Just scroll down to the December 15 entry. Also be sure to check out the other awesome fiction, poetry, and interviews in Issue 10 of Superstition Review.
I’m pleased to report that the latest issue of the outstanding journal Redivider contains a story of mine. My story answers the eternal question: “If the Invisible Man Dies and Nobody Sees it, Does He Really Die?”
The journal is available in print copy, so please treat yourself to a literary feast!
Here’s a link.
The new issue of Superstition Review has just launched, and I’m pleased that they wanted to include an interview with me in their issue. Their editor Christina Arregoces asked me some really interesting, perceptive questions about stylistic choices in my stories and things of that nature. I hope you will check it out, as well as checking out the rest of the stories, poems, nonfiction, art and interviews in this fantastic journal.
You can find the latest issue of Superstition Review HERE.
You can go directly to my interview HERE.
If you’ve been dying to know the answer to this question (as I have), then please read this interview with yours truly HERE
Thanks to the wonderful fictionist and wonderful human being Kelcey Parker for including me in her series of interviews. You all should go buy her excellent story collection, For Sale By Owner! You’ll be amazed and entertained, truly.