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Jesus Christ, Boy Detective is Here

My book, The Adventures of Jesus Christ, Boy Detective officially came out on July 15. I’m really proud of how this turned out. I never thought that I would write a novel and in a way, I accidently did. If you haven’t gotten a copy yet, you can go here for the available ways to get yours. (And if you’ve gotten a copy, please add it/rate it on Goodreads and/or Amazon).

This past Thursday, I was on Functionally Literate Radio, an extension of the fantastic Functionally Literate reading series run by Burrow Press. We had a really good conversation about Jesus Christ, Boy Detective and my personal literary history. You can listen to that entire conversation here.

Book Riot named Jesus Christ, Boy Detective as one of the eight books you should read in July, which is rad (and should be another reason why you should get a copy, if you haven’t).

My book release in Orlando is on July 26. Bookmark It will be selling copies of it and the show itself should be wonderful. More details about the event can be found here. Hope to see you there.

Jesus Christ (Boy Detective) Is Coming

July is going to be a really busy month, so let’s get right down to it.

Artborne Magazine was kind enough to interview me about Orlando’s literary history and about The Adventures of Jesus Christ, Boy Detective. You can check out the interview here.

You have until July 6 to enter a Goodreads giveaway to win a free copy of Jesus Christ, Boy Detective. Click here to enter it. You can also pre-order a copy here if you don’t get picked for a free copy or if you just want to order a copy.

On July 9, I am facilitating a webinar on what poetry has taught me about writing flash fiction through the Florida Writers Association. You can read about how I discovered flash fiction over here. If you are interested in attending the webinar, click here (It’s $15 for non-FWA members, $10 for FWA members). I’m really excited that I get to facilitate this webinar and have some fun surprises in store.

On July 12, I am hosting Clash of the Word Titans III. This is an event I invented that pits four poets against four prose writers in a head-to-head elimination slam until only one team is left standing. This has been a really great show the last two times and I don’t expect anything different this go around. More information about the event is here.

On July 15, I’m reading at Culture Pop: Untold Stories. Click here for more information about the event.

On July 26, I’m holding my release party for Jesus Christ, Boy Detective but not in the traditional way of author reads his/her/their work and hopes people buy it. I’ve curated some kick ass readers for a special event called A Religious Experience. Readers will read work regarding religion and I’m looking forward to seeing what they have come up with. You can check out more details about the event here.

I have some dates in August that I’ll share a bit later.


New Work in Rocky Mountain Revival

I read some excerpts of my novella-in-flash for Rocky Mountain Revival. You can listen to the entire episode here (I come in around 9:00).

I wrote a response to the Pulse shootings, which you can read over at Drunk In A Midnight Choir. I encourage you to send donations to the Zebra Coalition.

New work in HYPERTEXT

I have a story called “This Is Not My Beautiful Life” over at HYPERTEXT. I wrote this after a conversation I had with a couple of folks I know. I have always believed that the best story ideas are the ones you stumble on to.

Ben Tanzer said some really nice things about Sam Slaughter‘s When You Cross That Line, a chapbook that I published through my reading series There Will Be Words. You can still order what copies we have left here.

Also, the e-book versions of The Adventures of Jesus Christ, Boy Detective are now available for pre-sale. You can pick which version to pre-order by going here.

New Work in 200 CCs & Other News

An excerpt of my novella-in-flash is up over at 200 CCs. Click here to check it out.

I received my author copies of my Lucky Bastard Press chapbook, No More Stories About The Moon. They are so tiny and lovely.


If you pre-ordered this, you are going to receive your copies for free. If you have not ordered this and would like a signed author copy, you can send me $10 through this link and I’ll mail a copy over to you. If you have a copy or are interested in the chapbook, please add it and/or rate it on Goodreads here. I’ll be doing a reading from it and some other flash fiction stories on June 29 at Austin’s Film & Coffee in the Winter Park, FL area. Click here to get more details.

I’m also pleased to announce that I finished my final round of proofreading edits on The Adventures of Jesus Christ, Boy Detective and have sent them to the publisher. You have time to pre-order your copy here.

Story selected for the Wigleaf top 50 (very) short fictions 2016

My story, “Kyle”, was selected as part of Wigleaf‘s top 50 list of (very) short fictions for 2016. Click here to check out all of the excellent stories that were selected. Thanks to matchbook for publishing the story and to the judges. This honor means a lot.

New Work in Heather Press and This Zine Will Change Your Life

Heather Press was kind enough to publish “How To Burn A Bridge Job Aid”. This is part of my job aid project where I use the principles of Information Mapping to create job aids on abstract concepts. You can check it out here.

This Zine Will Change Your Life published an excerpt of my novella-in-flash, which you can check out here.


I got some really terrific blurbs for The Adventures of Jesus Christ, Boy Detective (Pelekinesis, 2016). Check them out below.

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You still have until April 22 to enter a Goodreads giveaway to win a free copy of my flash fiction chapbook, No More Stories About The Moon. You can enter it here. If you don’t want to wait to see if you might win a free copy, you can order your own copy through Lucky Bastard Press over here.

I just finished reading Jane Liddle’s Murder (421 Atlanta). It’s a collection of flash fiction that all involve murder. The flash is so tight and well constructed and the murders that occur in each one are truly unpredictable. It’s one of my favorite reads this year. Here’s one of the stories from the collection that was published in Cheap Pop. You can should order a copy of Murder here.

And finally, DUM DUM ZINE recently shared one of my Yelp review pieces they published a while back. You can read that one over here.


New work in Sick Lit Magazine

I have some new flash fiction over at Sick Lit Magazine. You can read it here.

New story in TXTOBJX

I have an excerpt from my novella-in-flash in progress up on TXTOBJX. You can read it here.

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