Menda City Review will go on hiatus after the completion of issue eighteen in May. Founding editor Terry Rogers has a note concerning his reasoning. He has ideas for the journal’s future, and is considering the possibility of finding a suitable publisher to take the reins of MCR. Best wishes to him and wherever his editorial prowess leads him.
Horror Bound Magazine has published my short story, “Doctoring Folklore: The River Walker,” in issue fifteen. With bad weather, bad lighting and a stubborn subject, the photo accompanying the bio was a project.
My pass for C2E2 arrived in the mail. It’s my first comic book convention.
Am I excited? Shoeboxes of comics buckled the shelf in my closet. My answer to “Who’s your favorite superhero?” depends on my mood and current writers of each title I read. I write comic book scripts when I need a break from prose and poetry. Not a fan of schedules, however, it’s taking me a while to make a loose itinerary for the day.
Good friend, Chris Taylor, has a murder mystery poem at decomP magazinE, “Mystery of the Body.” Get your noir on.
Quote of the weekend: “Meow.” — Nori the black cat sitting in the doorway to the bedroom. It was an a.m. darkness. She rarely meows. Suspicions arose.