May
20

[dt] as part of Meg Tuite’s Exquisite Quartet at Used Furniture Review

Meg Tuite’s Exquisite Quartet is always just that, and it can be found regularly published at Used Furniture Review. Meg kindly asked me to be part of the latest quartet, where I was fortunate to participate in a collaboration which also included Barry Graham and Allison Miller. Four very different writers working only off the… Continue reading »

Mar
21

New [dt] poem published at amphibi.us

Editor Shannon Peil has been kind in publishing my poem, a night by the pier and sway, at amphbi.us. If you have not been following the work Shannon is publishing there, I think you owe it to yourself to do so. Thanks, Shannon! see: AMPHIBI.US

Mar
18

[dt] interview and reading on WUWM’s Lake Effect

WUWM’s Lake Effect was kind enough to invite me to read and discuss my work with the talented Robert Vaughan on their series, Flash Fiction Friday. The segment is archived on the WUWM site and available for download or stream at any time. My gratitude to Robert Vaughan, Stephanie Lecci, and Bonnie North for their… Continue reading »

Mar
13

New [dt] work accepted at Mud Luscious; forthcoming

Andrew Borgstrom has informed me that the ultra-fabulous Mud Luscious Press will be running some of my work in Issue 15, due out April 2011. Many thanks to Andrew and company. Mud Luscious for president. There, I said it.

Feb
15

New poem-ish lettery thing with a flash-ish fictiony bent up at DOGZPLOT

DOGZPLOT is undoubtedly one of the finest flash fiction hubs on the internet. I’m here to change all that. Self deprecating humor aside, I am honored to be included among the great work continually put out by editors, Barry Graham and Peter Schwartz. Thanks guys! see: [dt] on DP

Feb
03

Flash fiction piece accepted at DOGZPLOT; forthcoming

Barry Graham is a hard man to please but he’s fair, and doesn’t hit unless you ask nicely. In any case, I am happy to report Barry has confirmed that DOGZPLOT will be publishing a short piece of [dt] fiction in the near future. Stay tuned; though, you should probably be reading DOGZPLOT anyway!