May for June book reviews:
The Guiding Nose of Ulfant Banderoz by Dan Simmons
Solstice by P.J. Hoover
Bled & Breakfast: An Immortality Bites Mystery by Michelle Rowen
Death was in the Blood by Linda L. Richards
Faith on the Rocks: A Daisy Arthur Mystery by Liesa Malik
Murder in Paris by D-L Nelson
Julie Harthill Clayton
My flash piece, “The Janitor,” is now live at Toasted Cheese
My short story, “I Hate You, Lily Snow!” will be published in the upcoming themed issue of Cliterature. It's a literary journal that specializes in women and sexuality. Thanks to Fiction for helping me sculpt this into shape.
My poem, “Skipping Stones,” is up at The Camel Saloon.
My flash, “In the Parking Lot,” was selected for Honorable Mention at The Binnnacle's Ultra-Short Writing Competition-2013. email@example.com
Island: How Islands Transform the World, an entertaining geography written by gifted essayist J. Edward Chamberlin, is up at the Internet Review of Books: http://internetreviewofbooks.blogspot.com/
My short fiction, “The Opposite of Gathering,” has been published in Silk Road Review. The editors were wonderful to work with. This piece was first subbed to Fiction as, “A beautiful Death.” Many thanks to the Fiction list who gave me feedback and encouragement. You can read a couple of pages of the story at: