I can’t say it enough—April Fool’s Day and National Poetry Month make this a perfect day for AsininePoetry.com. “Mattel: An Ode by Barbie” by Creeley Piker “Poor Tim Geithner” by Kat Wopat “Intelligencer” by Katharine Showalter “Don’t Fool Mother Nature” by Albert Van Hoogmoed “You’re Such a Good Poet” by
I will be signing copies of Hit List: The Best of Latino Mystery at BookExpo America on Saturday, May 30, from 3:30-4:30 p.m., at the Javits Center. Maybe I will see you there. I’m at the point in my career where it would still be charming to have a stalker.
Holy mama! I received a copy of the book featuring my first story in a book compilation, Hit List: The Best of Latino Mystery. But I’m at work in my cubicle, so I will not be able to shout in joy about it till end of day. In related news,
NEW poems for March 2009 “My Last Banana: The Testament of Travis the Chimp” by Xander Floss “Last Letter from Socks Clinton (1989-2009)” by Kat Wopat “Rock Hard Abs!” by Katharine Showalter “The Midas Touch” by Wade Christian “Mr. Happy and His Friends” by Daniel Thomas Moran “Explaining Armageddon to
I was flipping through Patrick Shawn Bagley’s Bitter Water blog when I came across a reference to myself! Who doesn’t love that kind of stuff? Apparently, The Best American Mystery Stories 2008 (Houghton Mifflin), edited by George Pelecanos, was released in December. While I am not included in the main
Hit List: The Best of Latino Mystery, edited by Sarah Cortez and Liz Martinez, is ready for your pre-order. The anthology features my short story “In the Kitchen with Johnny Albino.” The marketing copy reads (have I noted this before?): “This groundbreaking anthology of short fiction by Latino mystery writers…
Friday was a useful day at work in that it resulted in this. How it got illustrates something about office life. Erik Trinidad, who writes the incredible travel mag The Global Trip, IM’d me, asking me to help him complete a list of the top 10 Facebook/Twitter status cliches. I