Thursday, December 31, 2009


Bruce Brown (disenthralled #2) and Richard Godwin (disenthralled #3) have stories up at A Twist of Noir.

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disenthralled/Special #3: "The Salvation Skits" will be up tomorrow. Fiction by Miss Alister. Photography by Sarah R. Bloom.

I have a lot to think about with dis. I'd like to have the ability to write proper notes/announcements for both the Specials and regular issues, as well as a separater* identity for each. I may set up a sister blog for one to remedy this.

The noir special continues to grow in my head. A dis Special? E-book? Joint with other mags? I'd like to get it sorted out in time for March.


Now that I've begun to submit again, let's see if I can't keep better track this time (I won't)....

In the immediate future:

I'm going to have an untitled poem in Corporeal Flux (print), a vignette entitled "Roadies" at Metal Pulp Magazine, a poem entitled "Mountain" at Gloom Cupboard and a story entitled "Miss Morningside," also at Gloom Cupboard, under the name Rizzy Rodham.


*Separater is not, in fact, a word, but should be.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009


Holidays got you down?

Boot up for the blood puddle!

Read Issue #3 HERE.

And no splashing till everybody's in.

Monday, December 14, 2009


disenthralled/Issue #3 goes up tomorrow.

Alisa Rynay Haller, Robert Crisman, Lynn Kinsey, Miss Alister,Howie Good, Paul D. Brazill, Tom Leins, C.K. Black, Richard Godwin, Lena Vanelslander. Photography by Katie Stokes, XactoInTheBox and WonderfulUgly.

Your literary antidote to Christmas cheer.

[I've been obsessed with the song "A Little More Love," by Olivia Newton-John and looped it while preparing Issue #3.]


I forgot to link the fall issue of GLOSSOLALIA FLASH, which contains three of my shorts, in the sidebar.

"The situation needed correcting, so I corrected it, sir."

Thank you, Mr Grady.


Shoots and Vines is going to publish a mini-zine of my original poetry this month. Next week, I think. THE S.J. VALLEY AUTHORITY. S.J. is for San Jacinto, CA, which I destroy with a controlled flood in the title poem.

I'm also going to have an untitled poem in the next print issue of Lynn Alexander's CORPOREAL FLUX.

And some other stuff. Somewhere....

Tuesday, December 1, 2009


disenthralled/Special #2: Poetry is at....

Have a lucid dream, on me.