Category Archives: Writing

Mud Luscious

“Weather Reports” is now available in issue eight of mud luscious. Discarded bio note: “Chris Wilson and Hoa Ngo both used to live in Missouri and teach English. Now they live thousands of miles apart and only have time to discuss the weather.” Chris Wilson adds “If I’ve moved, please let me know.”…

Right Hand Pointing

“Ascend” is now up at Right Hand Pointing. My recurring dream converted to flash fiction.…

Tuesday Suffocation

“Archaeology” is now up at Tuesday Shorts. Unfortunately, it coincides with the final issue of the magazine. This happened once before—my publication marking the death of another small journal. The curse continues…

Update: The journal’s site is gone but I linked to their permanent Blogger archive. Thanks Kristen!

All the Day's Sad Stories

Tina May Hall’s All the Day’s Sad Stories, the winner of the 2008 Caketrain Chapbook Competition, is now available. Purchase it together with Matt Bell’s The Collectors for a great price. Get them before they sell out!

Titular

Titular just published my story, “Resident Evil.” It’s great to find an editor who isn’t scared off by the so-called horror elements of the piece. Thanks to Titular and thanks to five-year-old Morrison, who first proclaimed it “good!” last Halloween.…

Forthcoming

I recently had writing accepted at Right Hand Pointing and Tuesday Shorts, which I’m pretty happy about. One thing I’ve noticed is that the preferred blog etiquette seems to be to announce when the work is finally published rather than upon acceptance. So that’s what I’ll be doing in the future although I wanted …

Six Sentences

Six Sentences just published “Do Not Search for Me.” It was a good exercise trying to fit something into their length limit and really the most suitable venue for a Facebook reference.…

The Right Sock at the Right Time

My friend Chris Wilson and I have a collaborative piece forthcoming at Mud Luscious.  I think it may be the first collaborative writing I’ve done.  And the last!  Just kidding, CW.…

Fall 2005

As Visiting Professor of English for 2005-06, I gave a fiction reading at Hamilton College. Held in the gladiatorially named “Red Pit.” I had the urge to shout “are you not entertained” at its conclusion.

Very good turnout and lively Q&A session. Nearly every member of the English Department was there to show support. I’ve …