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Topic Summary - Displaying 4 post(s).
Posted by: Swancrash Posted on: 07. Jan 2019 at 23:38
Thanks for the links: I've really enjoyed the essays. Although I yearn for more novels, a little Blaylock is better than none at all. And these were better than 'a little'.
Recently, while trying to find more Blaylock material, I came across a short-short story, co-written with Adriana Campoy, in the Subterranean Press' defunct magazine, from 2008.


(the link has to be copied and pasted: for some obscure reason, the first part does not want anything to do with the last part, and insists on being separate...which yields a 404-error result)

Since it was available for free on their website, I don't think they'll be upset that I posted the link here.
Posted by: Forum Administrator Posted on: 29. Aug 2018 at 17:36
Published April and July in the Orange County Register, a couple of essays:

"First Person: By the Book"

"What do you do when there are no good alternatives?
Posted by: Forum Administrator Posted on: 29. Aug 2018 at 17:28
And if you subscribe to Poets and Writers magazine, you can read:

"The Tale of the Traveling Chicken: Learning the Art of Fiction With a Joke"
Posted by: Forum Administrator Posted on: 29. Aug 2018 at 11:23
There's a recent essay published in Orange Coast about a treehouse Blaylock built in an avocado tree back in the 80s: