Dagda Publishing today revealed A.D. Warrington’s beautiful cover art for “All Hail the New Flesh,” its next short story anthology. “All Hail the New Flesh” will be a science fiction collection with the theme “technology gone mad.”
It will be released on January 25th, and will feature my short story, “At the End of the World, My Daughter Wept Metal.”
Reviewer Kelly Smith kindly featured an interview with me on her blog about my novel, “The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More.”
I had great fun with the interview and am grateful for her time. Thank you, Ms. Smith!
Author J.C. Phelps has very kindly featured my book today on her blog, jcphelps.blogspot.com. Ms. Phelps is a resident of the Black Hills, South Dakota, and is the author of the successful Alexis Stanton Chronicles. In a rather nice esprit de corps, Ms. Phelps generously donates her time to helping promote the work of new independent authors via her blog. Thank you, Ms. Phelps!
For more information on The Alexis Stanton Chronicles (which actually sound pretty damn fun, if you ask me), see this link:http://www.msgrey.com/the-books.html
The poetry e-zine Dead Snakes has featured my latest poem, “Iphigenia’s Womb.”
Annnnnnnd … my descent into the Shanty Irish Existential Vacuum continues, as my friends persuade me to try cheap cigars. (If it’s $1.50 at 7-11, it ain’t no Cuban.)
What’s next? Pot belly? Receding hairline? Wifebeater t-shirt?
I’m going to be Al Bundy by the time the Mary Washington College Reunion rolls around …