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Published: Broken (Free Download)

“You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you.”

― Ray Bradbury, Zen in the Art of Writing

Write 1 Sub 1 is a super supportive group of writers who, inspired by Ray Bradbury, have committed to write stories (or poems, or novels, or whatever) and submit them for publication on a regular basis. The hardcore members aim to write and submit one story a week. Some set their goal at one a month. The point, at least to me, is consistency. It’s easy to let our writing get lost in amongst all the other things happening in our lives and W1S1 definitely helps shine a spotlight on it and keeps you motivated and conscious of how much you are (or aren’t) doing in that arena.

I didn’t sign up for W1S1 this year, largely because my goals for 2014 didn’t include a lot of short fiction. However, I’ve been a happily participating member in years past and so, when submissions opened for Drunk on Writing, W1S1’s first ever anthology, I totally sent them my qualifying works. Happily, they accepted one of my poems, Broken.

Drunk on Writing has officially been published (yay!) but best of all, because of the terms of the contract I’m totally allowed to share it here with you for free. YAY!

You can download a copy of Drunk on Writing below.

I hope you like it 🙂

DrunkOnWriting
Drunk on Writing (.PDF)

For some reason WordPress won’t let me upload the .Mobi or .ePub versions, but I have them! If you want one, just drop me a line and we’ll make that happen.

Enjoy!

Published: Broken

Trembles Magazine

There were some delays associated with the release of the most recent issue of Trembles Magazine but the wait is over. The new issue is now available for Kindle and Kobo (the paperback version ought to be out soon too for those who prefer their horror in dead tree form) and includes my poem, Broken.

For this issue I’m sharing a table of contents with Richard Farren Barber, J. Douglas Stephensen, Tara Fox Hall, T.J. McIntyre, Afonso K. Amedia, Natalie J E Potts, Brian Barnett and Richard King Perkins II.

Check it out 🙂