Tag Archives: Polite Notes of the Dinnertime Neighborly Etiquette Apocalypse

Timothy Gager Sets A New Bar In Literary Citizenship

Most writers feel the importance of contributing something to the literary community that sustains them, being a good literary citizen. Reviewing books, working for journals, there are many different ways people contribute. It’s particularly cool when I see people pioneer … Continue reading

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What Do You Write?

I go to a lot of readings. Since I have Tattered Cover here in town, there’s a ton of authors that I get a chance to go and see. Usually, I try to hit at least one event a month. … Continue reading

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The Last Reading on Earth, Ever: A Marathon Reading of Apocalyptic Writing

I just wanted to share some info about this event. My story “Polite Notes of the Dinnertime Neighborly Etiquette Apocalypse” (first published in Brave Blue Mice in August of 2011) will be part of it. Here’s the skinny: THIS EVENT … Continue reading

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Well, My Bizarro Story Saga Has Finally Come Full Circle Thanks To “Brave Blue Mice”

I can only thank Brave Blue Mice that my bizzaro story saga has finally come to a good conclusion. Feel free to wander over to Brave Blue Mice and check out the current issue.  While there, check out my story, … Continue reading

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