Monthly Archives: January 2009

Manhattan Green

A friend of mine sent me a link to this picture of Manhattan half urban/half made over into its natural state. It came from a New York Times article here. The article references the Mannahata Project, which is also the source of … Continue reading

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Suspension

I’m home, snowed in, and posting a note for “Suspension,” the first story in my chapbook collection, Psychological Methods To Sell Should Be Destroyed.  In 1997 I attended Clarion West, an intensive, six-week writing workshop in Seattle, for science fiction/fantasy/horror writers-and also … Continue reading

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Best of 2008

Jason Pettus of the intriguing website the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography (CCLP) has picked my collection Psychological Methods to Sell Must Be Destroyed for his list of best experimental books of 2008. There are some interesting-looking books mentioned, … Continue reading

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