Now and then, for no good reason, life will haul off and knock a man flat. I wrote a zombie short story for no good reason last year, and it just got published by Tales of World War Z. Check it out, and please leave a comment on their site!
I have a short story in the upcoming Indian Country Noir, part of the Akashic Books Noir series. Of the book (and moi) La Bloga’s Manuel Ramos wrote: “Plenty of good surprises: R. Narvaez in Juracán tells a story set in Puerto Rico among the legends of the Tainos, stolen
My short story “Ibarra Goes Down” is now up in the current issue of Yellow Mama. Thanks, Cindy! Here’s a few opening lines. Warning: This story is a smidge rated R. Ibarra Goes Down by R. Narvaez It’s all right, Larry, I might as well get all this off my
I have a crime-related short story coming out in print in Indian Country Noir, due out this June from Akashic Books. It’s an action story, lots of violence, some Taino trivia thrown in for good measure. A perfect starring vehicle for Leguizamo. I’ll say no more. But check out the
What three hours on the MTA and two bottles of wine while editing will get you. This was based on a podcast I did with my pal P-Woody. That bongo playing? That’s mine!
The third issue of The Lineup crime poetry chapbook series is out, featuring the work of Patricia Abbott, Joe Barnes, Henry Chang, Reed Farrel Coleman, Sarah Cortez, Michael A. Flanagan, Anne Frasier, James W. Hall, David Hernandez, Amy MacLennan, Carrie McGath, James M. McGowan, Kristine Ong Muslim, David S. Pointer,
IN THE MARCH ISSUE OF ASININEPOETRY.COM: Vague references to St. Patrick’s day gingerly tie together this issue’s offers. poems An Irish Lad Named O’Bama by Glenna Sweeney Tiger in the Woodshed by Rick Blum Hal-Ku No. 13 by Hal Sirowitz The Girls of Vancouver 2010 by Daniel Thomas Moran Rushmore