Branch (Issue 2.2, Home)
I have a story and some artwork in the new issue of Branch magazine. Amazingly, it's in the section called "Art + Words".
The story is a flash fiction piece called Dark All Day. I like it because it reminds me of those Choose Your Own Adventure books. I am not shitting you; I loved those fucking books. Of course, *my* story is about a thousand times blacker.
[If it was up to me, I would leave soot on the reader's fingers, just like newspapers used to do with that cheap black ink. Only my stuff wouldn't wash off.]
The artwork looks rather sharpish: some recent paintings and some cigar-tin stories (covers) and some drawings in ink from Broken Hill (that novella I've started floating around).
You can find it all (and *loads* of other good stuff, the whole thing is really well done) here. Be patient (I know, ohmygod): it does take a minute to load.
Thanks to Gillian & Roberutsu for adding a lovely new home to the Canadian literary neighbourhood.