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…that being the Anthology of Etiquette and Terrifying Angels with Many Heads, edited by the mysterious & reclusive James Tadd Adcox.

Besides me, it features writing by Matt Bell, J. Bradley, Caroline Crew, Michael Czyniejewski, Jess Dutschmann, Megan M. Garr, Melissa Goodrich, Mason Johnson, M Kitchell, Robert Kloss, Meghan Lamb, Seth Oelbaum, Brian Oliu, Joel Patton, Poncho Peligroso, Caroline Picard, Matt Rowan, Joseph Scapellato, Davis Schneiderman, Glenn Shaheen, Dan Shapiro, Amber Sparks, Colin Winnette, and Russ Woods.

You can download a PDF copy here, via Nap Litmag. I just downloaded mine.

& thanks, Tadd, for having me!

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For a couple of months now, Mike Meginnis has been inviting folks to collaborate with him on an online series, Exits Are. It’s conducted over G-chat, with Mike pretending to be an old school text-based adventure game.

He’s so far posted sessions with Blake Butler, Tim Dicks, Matt Bell, Aubrey Hirsch, Brian Oliu, Elisa Gabbert, and Robert Kloss. Mine went up yesterday, here. It involves tortas, rare book thieves, black helicopter, parkour, Moby Dick, Beck, beans, and a giant eyebrow.

Oh, the whole thing’s being published by Artifice Press. There’s a new one every Monday. Check back for future installments with Russ Woods, Nicolle Elizabeth, Chris Kelly, Chris Newgent, Joe Scapellato, Amber Sparks, Joe Milazzo, and Matthew Baker … And if you’d like to see your own name in that list, check out how to get involved.

(Thanks, Mike!

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On Wednesday, 14 December, 7–10pm. At the Beauty Bar (1444 W. Chicago Ave., Chicago).

Also reading will be James Tadd Adcox, Chris Bower, Lindsay Hunter, Samantha Irby, Meghan Lamb, Dan Shapiro, Ben Tanzer, John Thurgood, Russ Woods, and Joshua Young. And the MCs will be Mason Johnson, Jon Mau, and Matt Rowan.

Untoward Magazine published my story “5000 Units of Product,” as well as a two-part interview with me, concerning Amazing Adult Fantasy and Giant Slugs.

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