Hannah Warren interviewed me as part of a series of questions and answers with some Night Publishing authors. Night Publishing will be putting my book, Lucid Membrane out mid June.
"The first snow always makes Wakan giddy. It’s a time of beauty and strangers do not often come. He watches the children follow the design of winter energy, tracing the shapes with his branches. He remembers when Beast’s grandmother had come here, alone, in the winter dusk of the first real snow years after the spring she had married Beast’s grandfather..."
Clock is my story published today, just in time for the Rapture, at Armageddon Buffet, about a hallucinating old feller, and the end of the world.
Wonderfully transcendent flash fiction at Exclusive now. Highly recommended.
Thoughtful Young Man took a trip to the store, the store, the store, to get some juice. He up, up, up and strolled outward toward the door. Entry is an exit going into forever more [never the same upon return] and he rolled by dark interiors on and into all the outdoor.
HERE is the new website for my full length collection of short stories, Lucid Membrane, to be put out by Night Publishing soon. People who own the book will have the ability to interact, receive and share many surprises.
The wonderful ISM's Press is going to publish my chapbook (which is my 4th now) in July. It will be sent out as part of the next issue of Sein und Werden, and also be sold alone then and afterward. It includes stories within a story, is pretty creepy and surreal, relates to screen memories, the sense of being sucked into the black hole at the center of our galaxy as it lines up in 2012, a character from Sirius, the Illuminati, absurdism, and features our friend, the color blue.
I also have a full length book out early June from Night Publishing. It's a collection of stories called Lucid Membrane. Any offers for promotion would be gladly appreciated. It's a mystical, zany, surreal, New Wave Fabulism sort of thing. You know.
Exciting new review of Watching the Windows Sleep, which was my first chapbook, by Bari Kennedy, at Belinda Subraman's Gypsy Art Show.
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