Lynn Alexander reviewed my chapbook, Watching the Windows Sleep, for Full of Crow. A very thoughtful and bold exploration of going beyond telling all the answers in stories, leaving some things up in the air, like life.
This blog may be a good way for you to discover magazines through my links to many of them with some of my recent publications in them. Most take submissions. Sometimes I update here with new developments in the site such as new current features and guest posts, of which there have been several each.
About me: I teach Fiction Writing through UCLA Ex. Writing Program, Writers.com, Writers College, and my own academy online. I teach experimental writing as well as the other forms. Check out my website if you're interested.
I'm currently not writing experimental fiction but psychological suspense. My series of seven books, The Agents of the Nevermind, launches this spring with a novella, Glossolalia: A Psychological Suspense Novella. I would adore it if you'd read. If you appreciate the years of work I put into this site, you could repay me by buying a book, and ideally reviewing it on Amazon. You'd have my immense gratitude.
I have several books out of experimental work including a novella from ELJ Publications - Equinox Mirror, chapbooks from Naissance Press - Watching the Windows Sleep, and Swinging on the Edge of day, a chapbook from ISMs Press, called The Cabinet of What You Don't See,Lucid Membrane, from Night Publishing, a full length collection of stories, many of which are published in magazines and anthologies, as they are in the other full-length collection, which are interconnected and forming a sensation of going through a conceptual wormhole - Collapsible Horizon.
I have a couple hundred flashes, short stories, novelettes in journals and anthologies. My published stories genres include Weird Fiction, Surrealism, New Wave Fabulism, Magical Realism, Gritty Realism, Neo-Noir, Slipstream, Science Fiction, Horror, Suspense, and Literary.
I don't get to this blog often enough to include all the activities I do on my own or to update much on the site, but it's a little somep'n somep'n. I sharing new links of magazines, books, articles, publications, etc. in the Facebook Community Experimental Writing.
I hope you find this resource website useful. Enjoy!
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