Stories My Gay Uncle Told Me Truth Serum Vol. 3 is now available in a full suite of eBook formats. Click below for your eBook preference: ePub | Kindle | iBookstore | Kobobooks B & N NOOKbook and also, paperback for a taste of Stories My Gay Uncle Told Me, click here
Stories My Gay Uncle Told Me is now available as an ePub eBook. Which means it will soon be available in a whole range of eBooks. For the eBook, click here. For the paperback, click here. For a taste of Stories My Gay Uncle Told Me, click here.
The closing date for submissions for The Shitlist has been extended ... to 30th September 2019 ... 7 weeks away ... Find more info about The Shitlist below: • general submission info • One Fine June Morning ... the story that starts it all • Euphoria Rivers - Facts and Figures • Quonsettville - Facts … Continue reading Submissions for ‘The Shitlist’ extended
That's right ... after much waiting, Stories My Gay Uncle Told Me Truth Serum Vol. 3 is fashionably late and available to purchase! Currently only available in paperback, with eBook versions to follow soon, the anthology features fiction and non-fiction from RubinA, Alex Reece Abbott, Sara Abend-Sims, Henry Bladon, Steve Bogdaniec, Steve Carr, Helen Chambers, … Continue reading ‘Stories My Gay Uncle Told Me’ now available in paperback
Minotaur and Other Stories by Salvatore Difalco was reviewed by the University of Chicago's Euphony Journal. "Minotaur and Other Stories is a slow read in the best possible way ... Salvatore Difalco tends to pack his stories so densely with emotion that every time I reached an ending, I had to set the book down … Continue reading ‘Minotaur’ reviewed by Euphony Journal
On Sunday, July 14th – Bastille Day – at 6 pm, Alan Walowitz will be reading at: Westbeth Artists’ Community Room (or in the Courtyard, depending on weather) 155 Bank Street, NYC Alan will be co-featuring with his friend and outstanding poet, Robbi Nester – all the way from California – and her friend and … Continue reading More Alan Walowitz readings
"In the process of exploring the stories he’s inherited, Loeb finds his own transformative narrative." The In-Betweens by Davon Loeb is featured in NJ Monthly's feature What We're Reading This Summer. Congratulations, Davon! The In-Betweens is a mesmerising read no matter the season!