On resigning from an editorial post and a call for submissions in 2014.
Last May, James Tadd Adcox talked of putting together an anthology about angels with many terrible heads and etiquette after our Cinco de Awesome reading at Quimby’s. I was surprised when he came to me to contribute to it. I was surprised to see my boss over at NAP put it together. I saw it last […]
When it comes to getting my name out there as a writer, I’ve always taken the shotgun approach, where the theory is that the more I appear, the more I put out, the more I tour, the more people will come to me, read my work, buy my work. I’m realizing this approach isn’t working […]
Once, I Was An Angry Penguin, is now available for you to check out over at NAP Magazine. Below is the video feature for it. Enjoy.
I broke off a professional relationship earlier this week and I almost blogged about the specifics until I stepped back for a moment and recognized it was not the adult thing to do. I instead e-mailed this person why I would no longer work with them, handling the situation directly like an adult. Like any […]
On this day of love, I give you so many gifts. The first and biggest is this. This is a project I worked on in 2010 and 2011 and these are some of the stories that came from that project. It’s a semi linked collection of stories where relationships are destroyed in a fucked up […]
Holy. hell. We’re only day four in voting and we’ve already got 576 votes for the best of There Will Be Words show on May 8. The poll closes on January 30 and we’ll announce the winners at the 15 Views of Orlando release party at January 31. If you haven’t voted yet, go here and do […]
My second fiction chapbook, We Will Celebrate Our Failures, is now on presale over at NAP Magazine. You have until Sunday to buy a copy with free shipping for just $4. The best part is that you get this in February, so if you want a twisted Valentine’s Day present for your lady/man friend or you want […]
I don’t drive. I can drive and have driven in an emergency situation or two but I don’t drive. Originally, it was a rebellion thing because I didn’t feel like being my mom’s gopher but it stuck. I’ve lived a life without a car for a very long time and while it has its challenges […]