Kentucky Backworld Conduits →
This is a short story I had published back in April at a cigar/art site called The Smoking Poet. It’s about cigars, I suppose, but it’s really about the ways we deal with death. The link above is a version on my old myspace blog because the text is larger and easier to read. The link to Smoking Poet is there too if you want to read the other stories in the 2010 Spring Issue....
…it comes, i tell you, immense with gasolined rags and bits of wire and...– Gregory Corso, How Poetry Comes To Me
Ground Unicorn Horn →
Got a story featured at the 6 Sentences site for the next few days. I vicked the title from the name of a band I heard about back when I was living in San Diego. Some things just stick with you, I guess.
Everyday Genius featured a short story of mine this past week on their website. If you’re not yet familiar with them, you should get familiar with them because they publish original work mon-fri and each month is curated by a guest editor. August is Luke Goebel from NY Tyrant. The whole operation is the brainchild of Adam Robinson of Publishing Genius. Anyways, thanks Adam and...
And then the day came, when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more...– Anais Nin, RISK