Jun 22, 2006

Thick With Conviction #4 - I'll be there...

I've recieved word that my poem "Kinetics/Genetics" will be appearing in Thick With Conviction #4, due online in July. Big thanks to editors Sara Blanton and Karina Bowman for ending a short but worrisome drought around here.

Thick With Conviction

Link Ups...

I've added a Writer's Blogs section to the sidebar links, I'm going to be adding some writers that I am currently down with.

The first inhabitant to this section is Charles A. Gramlich. I met Charles at Crescent City Con XX last year in New Orleans, where he is a college professor. Charles has had a few poems in my magazine, The Shantytown Anomaly, so check those out, but definately go to his site and get a copy of his novel Cold In The Light, published by Invisible College Press. It is a stellar read, and is very well written.

On a side note I'd like to extend a personal shout-out to writers Deborah P. Kolodji and Thomas C.A. Royle. I am positive they are the only two people who have been to this site. Ho hum.

Trespass Update

Trespass Magazine #3 is going to be coming out in July instead of February, due to some minor setbacks. My poem "An Insect's Short Life Made Harder By The Invention Of The Windowpane" is in this issue and I'm excited about finally getting to see this issue.

Look At That Mug...

Writers are special. You could be an incredibly popular writer, but still be able to pick up a hooker and not have to worry about her recognizing you. She won't. Think Brad Pitt can do that? The point is I wouldn't recognize most of my favorite writers if they took a dump in my front yard. And since nobody is wondering what I look like, here's a picture of myself. I know it looks dandy, but I've been too busy to get new headshots.

P.S. In case you're wondering what the hell I'm doing in this picture, I've been moonlighting as a musician for the past ten years.

Jun 1, 2006

May Scifaikuest Out Now

The May issue of Scifaikuest just came out, and I was happy to see that my name made the cover. This is an outstanding issue, grab a copy at ProjectPulp.com.