Archive for July, 2009

I just got word in that the band is playing Galapagos Art Space (16 Main St. at the corner of Water St. in Brooklyn) Friday, August 7, around 10 pm, I’m guessing. Like our April show at Europa, this one’s going to be curated by film professor Mike Park, who’ll be putting on a multimedia […]


Monkeybicycle 6 is running away with solid reviews. This time, there’s one at NewPages.com inside their lineup of litmag reviews. I’m absolutely thrilled my story got mentioned. Greg Gerke says: “The issue hums along between realism and the surreal and the effect is that of a well-balanced meal.” And he describes my excerpt as a […]


Word Riot’s got a review of the issue today, with a few choice selections from Ryan Boudinot, Jay Wexler, Laura van den Berg and Matthew Summer-Sparks highlighted. I like how Timmy Waldron gives a few of them ideal beverage pairings and also discusses writerly moments.


These may be a ways off, but I’ve got confirmation that we’ll be playing at Don Pedro at 90 Manhattan Ave. between Boerum and McKibben in Brooklyn on August 28, and at Trash Bar (256 Grand St. between Driggs and Roebling in Williamsburg) on October 29. I’m excited about that one, ‘cuz we’re playing with […]


Forecast 42

01Jul09

Big news. This blog is participating in Shya Scanlon’s Forecast 42 Project. The idea is to get 42 lit journals and bloggers to post two chapters of Shya’s novel Forecast per week (on Mondays and Thursdays), with all the sites linked to each other in the novel’s sequence. It’s just been confirmed that I’ll be […]