I’m very happy that my friend Donald Quist invited me to participate in his new online project, Past Ten, which lets writers talk about their pasts.
On Sunday, March 5, I’ll be reading with Brian Clements at The Charter Oak Readings, a new series put together by poet Jim Finnegan. It should be a great afternoon of literature. Here’s link with more details.
Well, 2016 was a pretty crummy year, overall, but I did write a bunch of stuff that people were kind enough to publish, so I am grateful.
Here’s a quick rundown of the past year.
Book Reviews: Lots and lots of anonymous reviews once again at Publishers Weekly (I’ll never tell!), as well as stuff in The Georgia Review, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Kenyon Review, Cleaver Magazine, The Northwest Review of Books, Electric Literature, and, of course, Numéro Cinq.
Already have one story lined up for 2017 publication, so hopefully that sets the pace for a more productive year.
My second story to appear at Hobart, “Did You Hear That?,” is now up and available to read. It’s a rather humorous tale of the murderer hiding in your basement. Kinda. You’ll have to read it to see what I mean.