NOVEL EXCERPT IN BEST AMERICAN EXPERIMENTAL WRITING 2020

This anthology is now available to the public. Edited by Carmen Maria Machado and Joyelle McSweeney, it includes Chapter 12 of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines, a project of mine inspired by the drawings of Dale Williams. Below are two posts addressing the release:


https://www.facebook.com/BAXseries/posts/2492258954412788
https://twitter.com/BAX_Series/status/1336366547410018310?s=20

BEST AMERICAN EXPERIMENTAL WRITING 2020 TABLE OF CONTENTS ANNOUNCED

Chapter 12 of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines (inspired by the drawings of Dale Williams) will be included in this edition of the anthology. Today I found out who else will appear in the issue.

To view that list go here:

BAX 2020

NOVEL EXCERPT IN LATEST ISSUE OF AMP

Chapter 1 of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines appears in the latest issue of AMP (Volume 4, No. 1), a journal out of Hofstra University.

To experience the writing go here:

http://amp.hofstradrc.org/issues/4-1/it-all-melts-down-to-this-a-novel-in-timelines-chapter-1

 

NOVEL EXCERPT IN WINTER 2019 ISSUE OF INVERTED SYNTAX

One page of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines will appear in the first print issue of Inverted Syntax. On the page, this question is posed and answered: “Have you ever hugged a time capsule?”

To order a copy go here:

https://www.invertedsyntax.com

THREE FORTHCOMING NOVEL EXCERPTS

Soon these chapters from it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines will be appearing in the following literary journals:

“Chapter 13”—Hotel Amerika (University of Nebraska), spring 2017

http://www.hotelamerika.net

“Chapter 8”—SLAB (Slippery Rock University), spring 2017

http://www.slablitmag.org

“Chapter 12”—The Off Beat (Michigan State University), spring 2017

http://offbeat.msu.edu

Each timeline (or chapter) in this experimental work was created in response to a drawing the artist Dale Williams left on my desk chair without warning in the Midtown Manhattan office where we both worked to support our art endeavors.