I had a story published in BULL in 2022. This is my favorite acceptance letter I've ever received because it goes something like: Jesus, this if fucking weird and fucked up and beautiful. Made my week. READ IT HERE This particular story is actually an excerpt from my unpublished novel The Cadence of Doom, a … Continue reading “Batting Practice Apocalypse” in BULL
Back in 2021, I had a story published in Joyland titled "Reaching for a Signal" Read It Here This one is a sequel to a previous story of mine called "Kidney Bean" which was published in an issue of VOLT. Both of these have arisen from my wife and I's miscarriage, our struggle with infertility, … Continue reading “Reaching for a Signal” in Joyland
The reader expresses mixed feelings about "The Glass Hotel" by Emily St. John Mandel. They praise Mandel's writing but criticize the non-linear, multiple-perspective narrative. They felt the story lacked momentum and consistency, but found elements, like the Hotel Caiette setting and the concept of a "counter life", intriguing.
"The Apology" by Christian TeBordo is a thought-provoking novel, reminiscent of a subversion of The Office and Fargo, spun with Albert Camus's existential philosophy. It evokes an immersive narrative with 'punk rock' vibes that discusses existential dread in nonchalant yet consequential ways.