Monthly Archives: August 2011
Pablo D’Stair is one of the hardest working men in the literary world today. Besides being a prolific author, he is also the man behind the now defunct Brown Paper Publishing. I’ll always have a soft spot for Pablo if for nothing else, because he originally published one of the best micro-fiction collections I’ve ever […]
The first time I met Donald Ray Pollock was at a reading he did opening up for Chuck Palahniuk in St. Louis. It was a wild night, and I dragged my younger brother Bill out with me—he’d never seen Palahniuk read before. The event was packed, and the audience couldn’t have been more hip, more […]
My story “Twenty Reasons to Stay and One to Leave” is now LIVE at Metazen. I really like what these guys are doing. They publish one new story a day, and on Friday, August 5th, I was up. Great group of writers publishing here, honored to be a part of it. This story was a […]
Included in this issue is: • Richard Thomas • Nik Korpon • Craig Wallwork • Brandon Tietz • Pablo D’Stair This is part of the Caleb J. Ross blog tour. He edited this collection for Cannoli Pie. Honored to be in here. DIRECT PDF DOWNLOAD, CLICK HERE.
The Noir at the Bar anthology to benefit Subterranean Books, one of the coolest bookstores in Chicago, is now out. You can only get it at Subterranean Books. $12. Who is in it? Oh man, what a list: Foreword, Jed & Scott Gunpowder & Aluminum Foil, Matthew McBride One Fine Bird, Cameron Ashley The Girl […]
My review of Kio Stark’s disorienting and lush novella Follow Me Down is now live at The Nervous Breakdown. I really enjoyed her voice, the heavy setting, the cast of characters that are paraded across the page, haunting the dirty sidewalks of NYC. I fell into this story right away, and man did I follow […]
Crime Factory #7 is LIVE! New Fiction and Features by Todd Robinson, Sean Doolittle, Matthew C Funk, Nik Korpon, Jordan Harper, Frank Wheeler Jr., F. Paul Wilson, Chad Eagleton, Richard Thomas (with my story “Seeing Red” that I wrote in the Jack Ketchum intensive), Joelle Charbonneau, Edward Grainger, Peter Risley, Andrew Nette, David Whish-Wilson, Don […]