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17 November 2010

Publishing News

My most recent story, "Wit's Soul" can now be read on the exciting new online art and literature review, Ad-Hominem. Incidentally, Larissa is also the featured artist on Ad-Hominem right now, and some examples of her fine photography can be found there.

In addition, "Hard Winter," which may be my favorite of the stories I've written, is now available free of charge in a PDF version of Paradigm Volume One. It is dark story set on Beaver Island, and I apologize if anyone thinks they see themselves in it - it is purely coincidental. I did use mash-ups of real island names for flavor, but it was a random process. So if your see your first or last name on a character, rest assured, the character is nothing like you--it just means I like your name. I promise. On a side note, strangely enough, in the listing for Paradigm on the Poets and Writers magazine's markets page, I am listed as one of three "representative authors" for this journal, which I guess is a good thing, though I'm not entirely sure what it means.

Furthermore, my story, "Rumble Strip" can be found in the PDF version of Word River. This one is a bit racy, and so not for the faint of heart.

Thanks for reading!

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