Monday, February 27, 2012

snub lover

Melancholia & Shame got pooched this year. Reminded me of my boy Rockwell gettin' ganked not so long ago. Gosling, too. Keep up the mediocre work, Academy. I'll be watching next year, as always.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

I Predict a Riot

The February Issue of Word Riot has slipped onto the face of the Internet, piece by piece. Take a look at my short story, Sunderland, Massachusetts, HERE. Thanks to Jackie Corley & company.

Word Riot is approaching its 10th anniversary. Wowza.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Necessary & Electric


The brilliant writer Mr. Matt Baker and I have a chatty chat chat over at the Necessary Fiction blog today. Thanks to Mr. Steve Himmer for initiating and hosting. Good times all around. Check it out HERE.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

OA Double Dose & Cool Beans & W.H.

Thanks to Mr. Jason Behrends of Orange Alert for continuing to rock the spot in 2012, and for serving up a double dip of yours truly this past week. Check out the podcast HERE and the Watch List HERE.

Thanks also go out to Molly Gaudry for posting my review of Rose Hunter's To The River over at The Lit Pub, and for being, well, pretty awesome on all fronts.

And thanks to Whitney. Damn.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

yesterday was poem day. today is thursday.


Thanks to the fine folks over at Used Furniture Review for hanging these on their wall yesterday.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Stay classy, Safety Third Enterprises

Arrived today, wrapped and wrapped. Outstanding customer service & high quality product. Get your fix right HERE.

Monday, February 6, 2012

i cannot read Polish

Very big thanks to Piotr Siwecki for translating my story Something More Familiar into Polish. Matt Bell, Blake Butler, Aleathia Drehmer, Corey Mesler, Jamie Iredell, J.A. Tyler, Kevin Sampsell, and others also had work translated.

I do not know which stories or poems, though.

I cannot read Polish.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

hudson, ny

big thanks to chloe caldwell for hosting an amazing reading. great readers, great crowd, great great.