Ryan W. Bradley is co-publisher and editor at Artistically Declined Press. ADP’s first book, Hush Up And Listen Stinky Poo Butt by Ken Sparling (featuring a new preface by Derek McCormack, author of The Show That Smells and The Haunted Hillbilly) is now available for preorder. The book will ship by the last week of January! Click HERE to refresh yourself on the cover (or HERE to re-read the preview).
Shya Scanlon is blogging at The Nervous Breakdown’s blog, The Feed.
John Dermot Woods will be reading at Freebird Books in Brooklyn on Sunday, January 24, 2010. Details HERE.
Stacy Muszynski‘s story “200 Words for It” is forthcoming in Keyhole Magazine. Her review of Dylan Landis’s debut story collection, Normal People Don’t Live Like This, appears in The Collagist.
Greg Gerke‘s story “I Want to Write Flash Fiction” appears in the Mississippi Review. ‘Daddy’ is in Wigleaf. His story ‘The Bookcase’ appears in Kim Chinquee’s first elimae issue. “Heroin and Willie Lee By Way of DePalma” is in Northville Review.
Gerke is Associate Editor at Corium, a brand-new online literary journal.
J.A. Tyler has a piece from ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ in the new Unscroll. He’s contracted a novella for 2012: A SHINY, UNUSED HEART with Black Coffee Press.
A D Jameson‘s “The Mommy-Baby Bond” (from his novel-in-progress “1=a”) appeared in /ero guro sensu/ issue 1.1 (1/10). This is the first issue of a new online journal. It also contains work by Jeremy M. Davies, Curtis White, and others. He also has a story (“The Animist”) in PANK 4, coming out sometime this month. Also in it: Matt Bell, Aaron Burch, Ryan W. Bradley, Tim Jones-Yelvington, Matthew Kirkpatrick, JA Tyler, and many, many others:
His novel Giant Slugs is forthcoming from Lawrence & Gibson later this year.
John Madera's fiction may be found in Conjunctions, Opium Magazine, The &Now Awards 2: The Best Innovative Writing, and many other journals. His criticism may be found in American Book Review, Bookforum, The Review of Contemporary Fiction, Rain Taxi: Review of Books, The Believer, The Brooklyn Rail, and many other venues. Recipient of an M.F.A. in Literary Arts from Brown University, John Madera lives in New York City, where he runs Rhizomatic and manages and edits Big Other.