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Steamticket Journal: A Third Coast Review features villanelle poem: Good Penny (digital/print)
Word Mosaics poetry collection (chapbook) through Fowlpox Press (digital/print)
Bohemia Magazine 12-poem verse sequence Fairy Tale Hive (digital/print)
Scary Story features 3K fiction: Silent Night (digital/print)
Dark Light 3 features flash fiction: Tossed & Found (digital/print)
Postscripts to Darkness III features 3K fiction: What Happens in Vegas (digital/print)
Handful of Dust features poem: Wash Day (free/digital only)
Spectrum Issue CLVIV features poem: Writing Egg Recipes
Spectrum Issue CLVV features poem: New Shoes
also find some “selfies” at Smashwords, A handful of humorous shorts–Bermudas!!–available electronically.
The Cyberland Series:
Book #1, Through the Montitor: Jump down the rabbit hole–fall through a GUI–become the avatar you seem to be & join Link on a trip to Cyberland. Plenty of digitally generated shenanigans, and reasons to upgrade, this Window between worlds has Gates stamped all over it…
Book #2, Screen Borrow: picks up where “Through the Monitor” left off–following the adventures of narcoleptic, blogger Link after he escapes Cyberland, only to instantly regret it. Joined by bird buddies: Tweetums and Repeatums, there’s plenty of other, new characters to keep you on your toes, plus fun with those you’ve met already, including Sloth, Iris, Cheeky Butts, and more!
Book # 3, 3D Effects: Join Link on his latest adventure in Cyberland. Up the newstream without a paddle, and pursued by Trojan Viruses and Web Bots, the narcoleptic blogger’s only hope for escape from digital effluvia hinges on mad networking skills, sponsored ads, and the most unwitting of allies.
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Thank the Good God She Found Jesus: Bad girl goes good–and then bad again–exchanging Hail Marys for Happy Hours, and piety for pilsner in a month of equalizing Sundays.
So Five Minutes Ago: Set against the backdrop of a strip club on Halloween, urban fantasy: “So Five Minutes Ago” pokes good-natured fun at the trends of today’s society, while skirting the more serious issues of outsourced and obsolete American workers. (short story)
Tire Rims & Hailstones: A short fiction looks at the lighter side of religion and X’s & O’s. Basically a tic-tac-toe of chemistry, agendas, revivals & hubcaps…