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2015: An Update

Did you feel it? The way that stretch of time from mid-December to mid-January evaporated like water oases in a fever dream? I did. I was asleep. On the road.

Down, but not out.

A few updates:

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Flash fiction published in The Conium Review

Maybe you know what it’s like to be away from someone–away, perhaps, indefinitely? You might then appreciate my latest publication in The Conium Review:

Far Afield

I’d like to thank James R. Gapinksi for bringing this piece to life on the website–I do think it looks great, especially beneath that wonderful Chicago skyline I hold so dear.

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Short fiction and interview published in Timber Journal

A short story of mine, “Some Filament Abroad,” has been published in Timber Journal, alongside a brief author interview:

Some Filament Abroad

I do hope you enjoy reading this piece. A special shout to Bird Marathe for working with me, and for curating the summer 2014 issue of Timber.

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Flash fiction featured in Lunch Ticket

I have a new piece of flash fiction up in the Summer/Fall 2014 issue of Lunch Ticket, the literary journal of the MFA program at Antioch University Los Angeles:

Perry and Vega

If you’ve read the piece and feel like engaging me with feedback, critique, or other such things, please do so in the comments section below, or by email. I look forward to reading the rest of the work in this issue, and send many thanks to the editors of Lunch Ticket.

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