Saturday, December 22, 2018

2018- My Year in Publishing

          Much has happened in the past year. 2018 was chaotic, disruptive, and hypocritical, but lets leave politics and socially unacceptable behavior, past and present, out of it. Then again, why would you put "sexually assaulted someone" on a summer calendar anywho, Mr. Kavanaugh? 
          Below is a list of what I published and links to various interviews and podcasts from 2018. I also wrote a novel and spent a lot of time this year searching for an agent to represent it. Overall, though the list is small, my acceptance rate was high as the total number of submissions, was rather low. 
          There were also readings in Los Angeles, New York, Leicester, Yale University, Worcester, Newton and ten readings in Cambridge and Somerville to close out the Dire Literary Series. 

          For 2019, I have a lot of hope for the future, and I wish the best for my writer friends that they feel progress toward their writing and publishing goals, and most of all, so that they continue to plug away.


Every Day There is Something About Elephants,, March 2018, Big Table Publishing

"After the Afterlife", November 24, 2018 Flash Boulevard
"A Modern Form of Disorderly Conduct"
"Touching All the Bases"

“What Kids Are Scared Of" August 16, 2018 Crack The Spine Print Anthology XVII

"Every Day There Is Something About Elephants", April 7, 2018 Flash Boulevard
"Simplicity is Beautiful"

"Historic Men Talking By a Fire" March 7, 2018 Oddball Magazine

"Death Pool" March 1, 2018 Ink In Thirds

September 4, 2018 Northern New England Review

"I Remember, August 1967"
"Fear, God Bless My Soul"
September 3, 2018 Anti-Heroin Chic

May 1, 2018 Ink in Thirds, Vol 2, Issue 3

"My Name is Paul (after Trouble Boys)"
April 1, 2018 Nourish-Poetry, Issue 1

January 25, 2018 The Long-Islander News 


September 13, 2018
August 15, 2018

April 27, 2018

 April 1, 2018

March 11, 2018

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