HUMPin' On

http://thunderclappress.com/2012/08/13/thunderclap-magazine-issue-9-so-long/ 2) Sheldon Compton is this week’s Fictionaut Five: http://fictionaut.com/blog/2012/08/15/fictionaut-five-sheldon-lee-compton/ 3) The new A5 series at Short, Fast, and Deadly includes chaps from Meg Tuite and Eryk Wezniak, among others: http://www.deadlychaps.com/titles.html 4) Summer MiCrow is out with writing from Nicollete Wong, Linda Simoni-Wastila, Len Kuntz, Dorothee Lang and many more: http://www.fullofcrow.com/contentfiles/MICROW7Summer2012.pdf 5) Jason Sanford announces the winners of the 2012 storySouth Million Writers Awards. Congrats xTx, I knew you would win: http://www.jasonsanford.com/jason/2012/08/winners-of-the-2012-storysouth-million-writers-award.html 6) Alex Pruteanu reminds us of how he feels he got started with his PANK story, “May Day” (a treat to listen to his reading, too!): http://www.pankmagazine.com/may-day/ 7) Meg Tuite pulls out another amazing Exquisite Quartet, including writers Deborah Henry, Erin Zulkowski and Clifford Garstang: http://usedfurniturereview.com/2012/08/14/suburban-happy-hour-by-meg-tuites-exquisite-quartet/ 8) Brad Listi does Steve Roggenbuck in his Episode 96 at Other People: http://otherpeoplepod.com/archives/1039 9) The new Dogzplot is out: http://dogzplot.blogspot.com/ 10) Marcus Speh reveals plans for his debut collection of short fiction at his relatively new, stunning blog: http://marcusspeh.com/. 11) Christopher Allen shares his wondrously unique travel story at I Must Be Off: http://www.imustbeoff.com/2012/08/a-strandkorb-on-baltic-sea.html One of my favorite indy bookstores, Adobe Books in San Francisco, is going out of business at the end of this month. Good-bye, Adobe, and thanks for being the store I purchased every single edition of Anais Nin’s Diaries. Here is the article about Adobe, and more indies in that lovely city by the sea: Book Ends – The Bold Italic – San Francisco And that is all for now. Get out and enjoy the day!]]>

11 thoughts on “HUMPin' On”

  1. I loved Adobe Books also. It’s where I purchased so many gems over the years. So sad to think it won’t be on 16th Street anymore.

  2. You are my aspiration, I have few blogs that I read and occasionally comment on them. “Analyzing humor is like dissecting a frog. Few people are interested and the frog dies of it.” E. B. White.

  3. How you keep up with this all, and do all you do amazes me. You are the Mozart of flash and poetry. I also envy and admire you your complete collection of Anais Nin’s Diaries…. I only have one edition so far myself. Keep writing and inspiring, Robert!

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