1: Flat regions on either side of the forehead 2: Places or things regarded as having within them a divine presence 3: Devices in looms that keep cloth stretched to the correct width during weaving 4: Buildings reserved for a highly valued function: libraries, temples of learning 5: Phil Temples.
Wilderness House Literary Review has published my short flash fiction story, “Demon Wind” in its 58th issue (Volume 15, number 2).
Cervena Barva Press 15-Year Celebration Readings in July, August. Rob Dinsmoor and Phil Temples will read on Monday, July 13, 2020.
Gosh, how wonderfully perceptive your algorithms are. It’s truly amazing! I can’t thank you enough for recommending this book to me…
I received some excellent corrections and feedback from my beta readers on “The Kanawha Anomaly” manuscript and am now starting the process of submitting it to publishers. Wish me luck!
Author Rob Dinsmoor (“Toxic Cookout“) and Phil Temples (“Uncontacted Frontier“) will read from their respective works on Monday, July 13, 2020 at 7 PM as a part of Cervena Barva‘s online series . Details to follow.
“Amidst the global coronavirus pandemic, in April Cervena Barva Press marked 15 years of publishing fine literature from around the world. Though our in-person celebration was cancelled due to Covid-19, we invite you, our authors and friends, to celebrate Cervena Barva Press. Choose an evening in July or August to continue our tradition of sharing your extraordinary poetry and fiction. As in the past, during our “Cervena Barva Press Reads Around the World” gatherings, this will be a world-wide event.”
Two of my very good friends, Michael C. Keith and Greg Wolos, will appear in support of their new books in the following venue:
Wellesley Books –– Zoom launch June 10 at 7 PM. Go to website to register for the event. https://www.wellesleybooks.com/event/wolos-keith
My story, “Diary of an Alien,” appears in the Summer issue of Clever Magazine.