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Book Covers: Work Edited and/or Published by Richard Thomas

I wanted to start a list of the beautiful book covers that I’ve either edited or published or both. I hope you enjoy the art and if you want more information, I’ve included links to Amazon, for those books that are already on the website. They are in reverse chronological order. UPDATED: July, 2016 Scratch […]

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Burnt Tongues (Medallion Press) Table of Contents Released

We can finally announce the full table of contents for Burnt Tongues (Medallion Press) a collection of transgressive short stories edited by Chuck Palahniuk, Dennis Widmyer and myself. Out in 2014. Introduction by Chuck Palahniuk Live This Down by Neil Krolicki Charlie by Chris Lewis Carter Paper by Gayle Towell Mating Calls by Tony Liebhard […]

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Complete List of Online Interviews with Richard Thomas

This is a list of all of the interviews that I’ve done online over the years, in reverse chronological order. (Last Updated: May 15, 2021) At Punk Noir Magazine by Kira Wronska Dorward (5/15/21) At the Reading and Writing Podcast with Jeff Rutherford (2/28/21) At Ladies of the Fright with Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera […]

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New Column – Storyville up at Litreactor.com

Litreactor.com has launched, and man is this site taking off. It’s an offshoot of The Cult, taking all of the publishing, craft, and literature conversations as well as workshops, classes, lectures, reviews and columns away from what was essentially the Chuck Palahniuk fan club, and moving it all to a new base. I’m thrilled that […]

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My flash fiction story “Love Letters” is up at Cannoli Pie, edited by Caleb J. Ross.

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.

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Stay God, the debut neo-noir thriller by Nik Korpon IS OUT RIGHT NOW!

“Someone stabbed the sun. It’s dripping onto Baltimore, seeping through gauze clouds onto the cobblestone street, reflecting off wet tire tracks in pinpoint sparks like the ones that follow a two-by-four across the nose. It’s dimming, dying, falling in slow motion, but the city is oblivious. Couples in matching jackets and complementary scarves walk arm-in-arm […]

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