<![CDATA[Today, my piece "The Illusion of Continuity" is up at Counterexample Poetics: Assemblage of Experimental Artistry. This is in combination with Meg Tuite’s “Full Circle”: Counterexample Poetics: Assemblage of Experimental Artistry And then we also collaborated on “Steeped in Fog”: Counterexample Poetics: Assemblage of Experimental Artistry. And to top it all off, Meg interviews me about Microtones: Counterexample Poetics: Assemblage of Experimental Artistry. Words do not express the gratitude I feel for Jamez Chang in his new role as the Fiction Editor at Counterexample Poetics! He is already rocking this concept, and his stamp was stellar for Meg and me, especially his ideas with our collaborative piece, Steeped in Fog. Thanks, Jamez! All the best to you. Talent obviously runs in the family, with his wife’s gorgeous art: ]]>
The Illusion of Continuity is up at Counterexample Poetics
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LOVE your story, Robert, and to have collaborated with you, as well! And interviewing you is always a damn good time! xo
I love your story, Meg! It was a blast getting this all together and thanks to Jamez it really ROCKS!
Robert, thanks for the mention. Mr. Vaughan is indeed a busy man. In between poetry, prose, flash fiction, EDITING, and collaborations, he finds time to hop in a cab and get interviewed at WUWM’s Lake Effect, Milwaukee’s local NPR station. Counterexample wishes you the best with the Middle Coast Poetry Series (co-hosted by Paul Scot August).
Jamez, you are so great! I can’t believe all you do to promote others, including me. You are one of a kind, and a super guy. Thanks for everything you did to get this great submission(s) together, and for making this one of my best days in July 2013!
Wow I just read “Steeped in Fog.” Congratulations. What a powerful piece of short fiction.
Thanks for the comment, Steve! On behalf of Meg, we both thank you!
Loved the comi-tragic tone of your piece, Robert. The synergy between yours and Meg’s collaboration was wonderful, too. Great work. Do you really have that post-it note (mentioned in the interview)? Wow – if so, just wow.
Thanks Rachel! And yes I do have that pink post-it note. I go to it on the days when I have the least self-conviction.
You could certainly see your skills even within the article you wrote.
The blogging arena hopes for more passionate writers such as you who are not afraid to say how they believe.
At all times go after your heart.