Tuesday, March 31, 2009

The Wonderful Perks of Folded Word Press

The joy continues. But this time in video/spoken word format.

Folded Word Press continues to outdo itself. Click on the lovely picture below to enjoy a bit of beauty, humor, and hay. HAY! Yeah, I'm talking to you.


watch the video version of my work


Endless thanks again to Jessie and Jessi. Double J. The Folded Word Press dynamic duo.

Keep making the good things good.

PicFic: One Man's Long, Hard Journey to Glory

Well, it's hard to believe I've finally found myself on this stage.

First off, I'd like to thank my family for their sometimes wavering but ultimately steadfast support. I love you guys. I'd also like to thank my friends for their encouragement and also for their razzes. I hate most of you guys. No, that's not true- I hate ALL of you guys. Especially you, Eddie Socko. You've been a real jerk for years.

Of course, I'd like to thank the Academy for recognizing greatness in all of its forms, from the expansive to the microscopic.

Lastly, I'd like to thank PicFic's founder and editor, J.S. Graustein, without whom none of this would've been possible. I applaud your bravery and vision. Thank you for taking a chance on a poor kid from the east coast.

That being said, do bring your attention here. And also here.

Thank you, all.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

I Am(The)Legend(ary)

....alright, that looked much funnier in my head...

The Legendary! New Moon! Issue #2!

There you will find a new story by yours truly.

The Legendary is a great (newish) Ezine with a colorful mix of content and extremely easy-to-work-with editors. Many thanks to Jim Parks for cracking the door open for me. So be sure to check out The Wealth of the Meager. And the picture of the awesome boxing kangaroo on The Legendary's title page. It makes me smile every time I see it.

Happy Spring, all.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

RPM Premiere Issue...Outstanding.

Ruthless Peoples Magazine.

New, fun, smart, sassy. All things good. Exactly what a premiere issue should be.

The issue is offered in a wonderful, free PDF download, and I am flattered and honored to have my little story, "Hambone Sizzlewitt," resting comfortably in its electronic pages among so many great pieces.

Thanks to all those involved, and especially to the editor, Dom, for his patience and hard work. I can't wait to see what's next.

Do check it out: Ruthless Peoples Magazine

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Gettin' Dirty in Clean Sheets

Hello, friends.

Yes, it's me again. But this time it's naughty time. TAKE IT EASY! I'm looking at you, Sneaky Pete!

New fiction by yours truly is live at Clean Sheets. Great place, great fun, great editors.

Crack a beer, pour some wine, and enjoy Blind Date.

Thanks again to Sam and crew.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Curling up in a Gloom Cupboard

March 1st has been good to me.

A new fiction piece, Mitchell's Recession, is now live in issue #82 of the very dreamy and eclectic ezine, Gloom Cupboard.

I tip my hat to Gloom's editor, Richard, for giving my story a comfortable place to live. Many thanks.

Print Lives! New Fiction appearing at Calliope

The holiday season may be over, but the madness still resonates.

Read Primal Regression in a Cave of Consumerism at Calliope. The electronic edition is free to all, and for a very reasonable price, you can subscribe to the quarterly print edition. That's right- PRINT. It's not dead yet. Help keep it alive!

Be sure to visit the Calliope home page here for more information.

Thanks again to the editors. I'll see you all at the mall next holiday season. Wear a helmet.

Dingo's Bend at Quill & Parchment

Happy March, everyone.

It's snowing here in Massachusetts and a new fiction piece, Dingo's Bend, is live at the wonderful ezine, Quill & Parchment.

You'll need the guest name and password to view the piece. It's good for 30 days, and then I encourage you to subscribe to keep up with current issues.

Name: march
Password: crane

Here's the link: Dingo's Bend

Thanks again to the editors over at Q & P. Excellent work, all.