Kyle has written about his book choices for the second issue of Exclusive Monkeys. Anyone interested in what to read next, who shares his taste, or even wants to just get a better idea of what Experimental Literature is about, feel free to go ta
"One opinion regarding the polywave is that each individual direction is a cross section of a larger accumulative effect. The only way one could measure this polywave is by comparing unconnected entities. I try to let my shorter pieces be suggestions of emptiness between unconnected things and events. I want the reader to guess at the blanks themselves. Questions are often more important than answers."
Intrigued? Check out his fiction in Issue 2, up today! Fascinating. And gotta love that picture.
Kathy, whom you may remember from Issue One, has another story in Issue Two, called "A Short Story about Things." As with her other one, you've never seen anything like it. She has a very inventive mind!
Issue one of Exclusive Monkeys Magazine, at the bottom of the page, gives us some delightful glimpses into her trip. So glad to have this.
Kyle Muntz's review of my Watching the Windows Sleep is published at Calliope Nerve. Kyle is a fantastic novelist, the man to watch on the literary scene, who keeps his eyes on the scene right back, and I'm honored by this.
I have 4 stories in V. Ulea's Quantum Fiction anthology sequel. I have two in the first one, out very soon.
A story in Between Altered States is on its way.
And a dialogue coming up, will leave that as a surprise for now.
See it Here.
My tiny booklet is now out from Naissance Press. It's called Swinging on the Edge of Day.
Work is put up as it is accepted, to fill out the magazine as it goes, instant gratification. No waiting for an issue, oh no.
I'm pleased to present 3 poems now in The New Wave Fabulism Issue, for your pleasure, with commentary, of course, by the author, on the experimentation of his style.
A few of my own recent publications include
Walking Between Walls in Unlikely Stories 2.0
Donkey, Sheep, and Goat in Spilt Milk
Shake Up in Calliope Nerve
and I stumbled across this recommendation for my previous story at CN, very sweet.
and recent acceptances include Egophobia, Cezzanne's Carrot, Medulla, Weirdyear, and the print version of The Fabulist
You may want to take a look at the website, Ravenna Hotel, made in 2004. It's a deleriously delicoius way to present text.
And, take a look at Jade Ibis Press, which celebrates text in amazing ways as well, making a book into a box, for example. In particular, their new release, Aunt Pig of Pugula.
Both of these presentations are artistically visionary, complementing the substance of the literature in inventively delightful ways.
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