Flash Pulp has released an audio presentation of my weird tale, Nothing Simple About Simon. The story was originally published in the Devilfish Review.
Jessica May and Opopanax did a wonderful job. Thanks to Jrd Skinner for the open invitation. I'm quite pleased. There's just something so special about hearing stories read aloud.
Welcome to "A Rage of Angel." Don't worry, I'm not angry. I'm a writer. An unpaid writer. I submit work to print and online publications. On occasion, they accept it. I (mostly) don't get paid. Nope. Sure don't. Okay. Maybe I am angry. Deep breaths. I need money. I get hungry. *sigh* Pardon my tirade. As I was saying, I'm a writer. Welcome to my site.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Bradburyesque Quarterly: Halloween, 2032
The inaugural issue of the Bradburyesque Quarterly was launched today. Writer and Editor, Scathe meic Beorh, has put together a collection of stories and poems “dedicated to the great master” Ray Bradbury. The Autumn 2012 issue collects work from Ron Yungul, Jim Clinch, Scathe meic Beorh, Ben Thomas, Michael Lee, John Grey, and me with my story, “Halloween, 2032." Read the first issue here.
Submissions are open for the Winter 2012 issue (November 2nd publication date). Scathe says, “Send your best stories to Bradburyesque Quarterly. Stories you think Ray Bradbury himself would love to read. Stories you think he may have wanted to write. Stories he may have collected as a boy growing up in Waukegan, in Tucson, in Los Angeles. Stories he would cherish, talk about, be inspired by.” The full guidelines can be found here.
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