My poem “Haircut at the Mall” has been published at The Dr. T. J. Eckleburg Review. It’s one of several poems I’ve written occasioned by visits to shopping centers. I should really pull together a chapbook manuscript on that theme. Thanks to the editors at Eckleburg for the acceptance.
In November I got to read my fiction at the State Street Reading Series at the Media Arts Council gallery in Media, Pennsylvania. Thanks to all who turned out. More on the event can be found at the Widener University English Blog. Here’s a video clip from the beginning of my story “Zig-Zag”.
Back in June I published the 4th print on demand volume of Turk’s Head Review. It’s a great looking issue chock full of excellent poetry, fiction and art by our amazing contributors. Available print on demand through Magcloud.com
Turk’s Head Review, the blog-meets-literary-magazine site I edit, has published its third annual print-on-demand issue via Magcloud.com.
Volume #3, a compilation of selected works published online in the past year, is bigger than ever: 63 pages of fiction, poetry, non-fiction, and art from a distinguished roster of artists:
Nicole Azores-Gococo, N.M. Bailey, Brian Barbeito, Eleanor Bennett, Connie Beresin, George Bishop, Dianna Calareso, Valentina Cano, Virgine Colline, Colin Dodds, Joseph Dorazio, Stacy Esch, Peycho Kanev, Margaret Karmazin, Len Krisak, Charles McCannon, Ken Massicotte, Sonnet Mondal, Jenny Morse, Thomas Pescatore, Frederick Pollack, Gilmore Tamny, Changming Yuan
My short story “Warning Light” is up at Stoneslide Corrective. It’s about a creepy dude who sees too much, stalks too much, thinks too much for his own good.
My prose poem “Cut and Paste” was published in New Fraktur Arts Journal, issue four in the summer of 2012. You can read a copy here.
Lucid Rhythms has published two formal verse poems of mine. The first is a villanelle, the second a pantoum. Check them out here.
I have a haiku up at inner art journal.
Metal Scratches Issue 14 has published my short story “Godzilla Man,” about a man who spends his last 100 dollars on a Godzilla costume.