Monday, October 31, 2011
Fresh from the seedy underbelly of Canadian literature comes "Krupkee, on a Molecular Level," a short story of mine published in the recently-released new issue of PRISM International. Gazooks!
I've already mentioned this, but the story is about a Ukrainian punk band on the run from the law. It also features alcholic toilet water.
Much as I'd like to explain what that means, you should probably just head to your local magazine, book, and journal distributor and pick up a copy of the magazine to read for yourself. As a bonus, you'll be supporting two industries that badly needs you support: literary journals in Canada (yay!) and me ( *crickets* ).
Posted by Andrew M. at 7:13 AM
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Another bout of blog left untended. Shame on me. Shame shame. Especially when I have a review of Mike Spry's Distillery Songs and Matt Trafford's The Divinity Gene online in the latest edition of MTLS.
Interested in what I have to say? That's sweet of you to say. You can sate your review-lust here!
Posted by Andrew M. at 11:57 AM