The Story of O Street

oh sandy

I have a story in a new collection to benefit victims of the Superstorm that smashed the coast last year, entitled “The Story of O Street.”  The book is Oh Sandy: An Anthology of Humor for a Serious Cause, and it collects an amazing roster of authors, including Gil Hoffs, Lynn Beighley, and Thomas E. Kennedy. If you need a laugh and want to help, grab the book. It is available for Kindle and in paperback, and all proceeds benefit charities supporting victims of the storm. The stories include comics, and fiction from all over the globe. I’m proud to be a small part of it, and if you want to read my tale of a surly general contractor meeting his match with a unique Jersey character, you’ll have to pick it up.

Orson Scott Card and Superman

I was going to post about food today, but this is too good not to re-blog and share. From author Ed Kurtz.

Orson Scott Card and Superman.

Prepare to be Stupefied

I have a li’l shorty in the excellent new issue of Stupefying Stories, a speculative fiction magazine edited by Bruce Bethke. The best review I’ve read of it is by Wag the Fox: “You can no longer say they don’t write ’em like that anymore,” and I’m proud to be a part of it.

You can buy it for Kindle here:

Stupefying Stories: Mid-October 2012

I also have a poem in Gerald So’s anthology,  The 5-2: Crime Poetry Weekly, Vol. 1 which is now available on Kindle, collecting one year of crime and noir poems from The 5-2.