Dec 14, 2006

TONS AND TONS OF STUFF

If I didn't put this off so long there wouldn't be so much to tell...

First of all, I have been collaborating with Ana Spann on a chapbook of poems, two of which have already been published. Our poem "Blood In The Bourbon" was recently published in Chimaera Serials' November Issue. Check it out at Chimaeraserials.com Chimaera Serials has also published the "prequel" to that poem, "Henrietta Remembers", which will be out in their July Issue.

Both Ana and I will have some of our individual poems in the new Issue of Helicon (#42) which will be out soon, in time for the Southern Literary Festival. The entire list of my works appearing in this issue is on the sidebar.

New poems and a review I did of John J. Dunphy's chapbook, Stellar Possibilities are out now in the November issue and online version of Scifaikuest.

On top of all of that, Issue #3 of The Shantytown Anomaly is out now at genremall.com and #4 will be out in a few weeks.

Dizzamn!

6 comments:

(ana) said...

Goddamn, we own this universe.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Good news. Sounds like you've been very busy. I intended to get you something for Shantytown but have been swamped with school and article deadlines. I don't want to miss an issue, though, so if my subscription has run out just let me know and I'll send you a check

Anonymous said...

Good news. Sounds like you've been very busy. I intended to get you something for Shantytown but have been swamped with school and article deadlines. I don't want to miss an issue, though, so if my subscription has run out just let me know and I'll send you a check

Anonymous said...

Good news. Sounds like you've been very busy. I intended to get you something for Shantytown but have been swamped with school and article deadlines. I don't want to miss an issue, though, so if my subscription has run out just let me know and I'll send you a check

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