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Indie ‘Zine

My poem “Yes” has just been published by the indie poetry ‘zine Your Hands, Your Mouth.  It’s print only and a small run.  I am trying to get extra copies.  Hit me up if you want one, and I’ll see if I can get it.

 

 

 

New Work

My poem “We Didn’t” is up on OccuPoetry with an audio track.

How rad is that?

Check it out here.

 

 

 

Prizes Galore!

Hey, I won a prize!

It was the Whidbey Writers Workshop Students’ Choice Award for my short fiction piece “The Trouble Dogs Get Into.”

Read it here.

Hooray!

Available Now

The preview issue of P. Q. Leer with my short story “Them That Believe” is available now to download for free here.  A print edition is also available.

 

 

Print News

My short story “Them That Believe” will be published in the preview issue of P.Q.Leer, an online and print magazine.  It’s the story of an Appalachian snake-handling preacher coping with loss.  You can pre-order a copy here:  http://www.pqleer.com/pre-order.html

Also, the League for Innovation has printed their annual anthology featuring my first-place essay “Chaos Theory.”  You can read that here, but if you’d like the print edition (chock full of other awesome essays, stories and poems),  shoot me an email, and I’ll get one for you.  As far as I know, they’re free.

New Poems!

Two of my poems, “Artificial Garden” and “Signs Following,”  have just been published in the November issue of Red River Review.

Check them out here .

 

 

 

From the Archives

So…my friend Tony from Section 8 Magazine (also, this year’s Layout Editor at LSR) dug up an old piece of mine and reposted it on his new, revamped site.  Check it out at http://www.section8magazine.com/

 

 

 

Revolution Poetry

John Newman, Graham Isaac and I will be reading revolution-themed poetry this coming Thursday Thursday October 13 from 12:00 – 1:00 at the NSCC Espresso Lounge.  Come hear some fiery words, shake your fists and say, “Yeah!”

¡Viva la Revolución!

 

 

 

 

Open Mic

I will be reading at the open mic at the Hugo House in Capitol Hill on Monday October 3.  The readings go from 7:00 – 9:00 pm, but the bar is open earlier.  Prose, poetry and everything in between is welcome.

So, if you’re in the neighborhood, stop by and read, or just have a listen.

 

 

 

 

 

Look Everybody, I’m an Intern

I’ve go a big week ahead!  School’s back in session on Monday.  On Wednesday, I begin my stint as managing editor of the Licton Springs Review.  I also just landed a gig as an intern with the publishing company  ShinShinChez, but I’m not sure exactly when I start there.  Super excited for new projects!