Monthly Archives: July 2013

On Revisions

As the students return to school, the submission windows for all the MFA-program lit mags open up, so I’ve been working on revisions lately. It’s a frustrating process for me. In workshops, I usually get a lot of praise for … Continue reading

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Fantastic time at Fictlicious last night! Thanks to all who came out and to all the other amazing writers and musicians. I read a story called “Rum Springer” about corrupting the Amish, so come back and check the Short Stories … Continue reading

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Mr. Smartypants’ Diction

As predicted, I finished a first draft of the story I’m writing for Fictlicious today (Tuesday night, 7pm at the Hideout!). While I lack the distance to properly evaluate it, one thing I found myself wondering about as I read … Continue reading

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Fictlicious is coming soon

In anticipation of my upcoming reading at the Fictlicious “Bad” show (Tuesday, July 16, 7PM at The Hideout), get used to the melodious sound of my voice by hearing me read “The Candidate” from my live lit debut around this time … Continue reading

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Necessity is the mother of invention

I’ve had at least two months to prepare a piece of flash fiction for the Fictlicious show next Tuesday, ample time which I’ve squandered in amazingly slothful fashion. The theme is “bad,” a topic so vastly open as to be … Continue reading

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