It's been some time since I was last able to post something of this nature, but I have a new short story available today in the latest issue of Crack the Spine, an online magazine that also publishes quarterly print anthologies. You can check out the latest issue here: Issue 137 or skip directly to … Continue reading “The Question” Published in Crack the Spine
Going back through a journal is always a revealing way to revisit a period of your life. I’ve never been a diary kind of person. Even with this blog, I rarely write this kind of post, the ‘what happened to me today,’ type. But looking through this most recently completed journal was very strange. A little sad.
A few months back, I submitted an original work of satirical fiction to emerging online journal The Abstract Quill for their inaugural short story contest and issue. Well, I am proud to announce that my piece, "Untitled New York Story" took first place and is now available to download along with the premiere issue of … Continue reading The Abstract Quill 2012 Short Story Contest Winner
In honor of the publication of Ground Zero, Colin Nolquist phoned his mother for the first time in eight months and had a conversation with her for all of six minutes. The topic of his novel never came up. In the book, Nolquist unravels a sprawling seventeen second moment experienced by roughly 3,000 people in … Continue reading Ground Zero