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Post #126: Nothing Is Ever Really Lost

eudora-470x260Greetings to you, faithful and patient readers!

I’m excited to share the good news that I have a new essay on Eudora Welty up over at The Bangalore Review. It’s an in-depth look at Welty’s amazing short story “Music From Spain.” Give it a peek. Many thanks to them and their editorial staff for including me in the May issue. Enjoy!

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Post #94: Looks Like They Heard Me

fc1_coverWell…so…yeah. You remember how I was griping the other day about rejection and the complex buffet of emotions the up and coming writer must face to overcome, or at least match, its fierce and unrelenting power?

So, I guess the rejection gods heard me. Because I’m to have a story (entitled “Who Has Time for Stars?”) featured in Fogged Clarity this coming month. It’s a new piece that I just started trying to place so it’s nice to have a quick turnaround. I’ll keep you posted and share the link when the story is live. In the meantime, check out FC for yourself. It’s a highly enjoyable Arts Review that publishes great short fiction, poetry, as well as new music and interviews. I’m happy to be part of their stable of stars. And if they don’t have something you can enjoy, immediately place two fingers perpendicular across the meat of your palm and press hard to ensure you have a pulse.

That’s all for now. Sleep tight, campers.