The Darkest Part

Is now in The Dark, their April issue:

The Darkest Part

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1428 Elm Street

Well, across the street, really. Glen was probably 1427, 1429 if it was a packed street. With bigger lots, no telling. Either way, this is about as cool as it gets:

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My Favorite Frame of TV Lately

I need to get this printed on business cards, so I can just hand it to the restaurant, not have to get in a big argument with everybody there

It’s from the “Black Jeopardy” sketch with T’Challa on it:

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Oh yeah: I’m not on Facebook anymore

Guess the body of this post is pretty much in the subject line up there.

Maybe again someday? Who knows. Just deactivated, didn’t delete. Wanted to see what the other side is like. But I’m still in birdland, should anybody need me.

And I’m on Litsy as well, having fun.

Not on Instagram, though. Reason? I never think of taking pictures. Jealous of an impressed by all the people who do and can, though. Or, maybe I should say, the only things I ever think to snap a pic of, which maybe explains why I’m not an Instagrammer, are:

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LARB on Mapping the Interior


This is Horror

Wow, too cool—Mapping the Interior lucks into a This is Horror Award:

This Is Horror Awards 2017: The Winners

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Mapping the Classroom

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This week’s mail

Three books I have stories in (Devil got kind of damaged en route, but, I mean: shipwreck, right?).

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The Tax Man Cometh . . .

Have had an accountant for a few years, am now an LLC, but I never understood taxes even partway until this guy broke it down into bite-sized chunks for me and the world:


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Cool review of the Critical Companion

by Eric Gary Anderson, at / from Western American Literature:

https://muse.jhu.edu/article/685945

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